just as with religious exemptions , non profits should be under scrutiny and have to
meet rigorous requirements ... religious exemptions are killing us .. just read up on the
Hassidic movement .. no need for 20 synogues in a small community
3rd party candidates should have a bar to go over (like x number of signatures or on
ballots of 25 states) , if they meet that criteria , then let taxpayer money allow them to
match the other candidates spending .. garce
sounds like you want Congress to be stacked with citizens ... lol .. i agree that most of your list would
certainly put a different flavor in DC ... term limits are the key here , along with that no pensions and
med coverage only while in office .. also .. just give'm 1 free trip home per year and recess cut to
2 weeks ..
this will either turn out to be a mega deal , or IBM grasping at straws ... i just don't see how
writing apps for Apple products to gen much revenue or earnings for that matter .. hell,
Apple can write their own apps quite well ... this is probably just an attempt to drive
enterprise use of gadgets ...
shipments have been resumed to 2 customers , one of them being the largest contract ...
rev numbers could be very decent , expect margins to be under pressure and positive
earnings ... as per usual it will be all about the guidance ...
i am bemused by the move of HQ back to EF .. would like to know why they moved in
the first place and of course why move back ?
Are we going to be represented to the OLED bash coming up in Spt ?
Inquiring minds want to know !
frank , i think that the difference is that laid off emps can get unemployment and
also lose benefits .. furloughs can't get unemployment , but keep the benefit
umbrella ... i suppose some of that depends on being a union v. non union shop.. g
IBM is NOT losing money on it's chip operations , but the margins are well below what they want to hold ..
that's the way that it sounded to me .. the Kopin contract was not for
an OLED product .. if it had been , then i would be very concerned..
Emagin will continue to lose (or not win) contracts to lcos/led producers
for a while , but in the long run , nothing is going to touch OLED .. g
Just look at the big guys and their billions of R&D .. still can't market
an OLED product and a few have abandoned their own in house OLED
efforts .. they will be back to buy an established technology .. garce