to add a little context...
14:02:56 - 40.88 - 100 - BATS
14:02:35 - 40.88 - 100 - NYE
14:02:33 - 40.865 - 35600 - NDD
14:02:12 - 40.89 - 100 - NDD
14:02:12 - 40.88 - 200 - NSD
"the stock price of XON will be reduced by the proportional value of ZIOP on the distribution ex-date? You're not getting the ZIOP shares for free."
cwn, you are 100% correct of course. I am looking at the ZIOP distribution like a spin off. So while you are correct it's also likely to unlock value. Come the ex-date though, we'll see XON open lower proportionally to the distribution, as you stated above.
ok y'all. the pants are off. on 5x vol up 8% not bad. veuve is chillin in the fridge. won't pop the bubbs until we get a pop on 10x avg daily volume. until then... donald duckin' it I guess
where is GS? You won't hear from them. Them and their clients loaded up in the $13's. You won't hear a peep from them about nuance for a while.
i agree, jersey. that was my logic... huge news. just bought nxpi shares yesterday for first time since last few hundred i bought in the $60s...
catfish try selecting 'all' to see the gentleman's post history. doesn't look like a new id to me. quality investors don't troll these boards every day. anyone posting on these boards day after day should not be trusted far more than the rest of the people on here we shouldn't trust. heh.
value's point is, these guys dont lose money. and he is right. anyone who couldn't get his point is simply not intelligent.
Fast-growing Chinese consumer electronics firm Xiaomi has partnered with NXP Semiconductors to make smart home products.
In an agreement announced Tuesday, NXP will provide its latest low-power wireless connectivity offering for the new Xiaomi Smart Home Suite. The suite consists of four wireless products: a motion sensor, door and window sensors, a wireless switching device for controlling appliances, and a multifunctional gateway that wirelessly links all the components together using ZigBee Wi-Fi interconnectivity.
"Our mission is to enable secure connections for a smarter world, and the smart home is a core part of that vision," NXP China CEO Li Zheng said in a statement. "We are committed to developing world-class (Internet of Things) smart home solutions to fit the specific needs of users in China."
Netherlands-based NXP on Tuesday also announced that Qualcomm (NASDAQ:QCOM) will use its NFC and embedded secure element technology across the Qualcomm Snapdragon processor family. The two companies hope to expand NFC beyond smartphones to consumer electronics, automotive, home automation, smart appliances, personal computing and wearables.
Recently, NXP partnered with China's Huawei to explore opportunities in the field of "smart manufacturing." The two companies will focus on wireless secure connections for logistics, factory automation and sensor networks to create the factory of the future.
who cares, it's an insignificant amount of shares.
"...a tremendous asset in Robert Finocchio, with his vast corporate governance experience and involvement in our Markkula Center for Applied Ethics,”
hmmmmmm... corporate governance and ethics... something tells me this was not Ricci's idea. He's like Eric Gordon in the academic decathlon at the end of Billy Madison. hehe
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 (istockanalyst)
Santa Clara University Board of Trustees Chairman Robert Finocchio Selected as One of the Year’s Eight Outstanding Directors by Bay Area Business Journals
A veteran technology executive who chairs Santa Clara University’s Board of Trustees has been named one of eight “Outstanding Directors” by the San Francisco Business Times and the Silicon Valley Business Journal.
Robert Finocchio, Jr. was formerly president, CEO and chairman of Informix, where he was brought in to turn the information software company around. The business was acquired in 2001 by IBM. Before that he spent nine years at 3Com in various roles including president, 3Com Systems, and spent 10 years at ROLM Corp.