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jgarush 127 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 22, 1999 4:08 PM Member since: Jul 14, 1999
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  • Reply to

    New agreements

    by glenny Sep 21, 1999 7:43 AM
    jgarush jgarush Sep 22, 1999 4:08 PM Flag

    Hey check out the dbusiness website, they are reporting a story on Ross Systems Inc.


    Jamie

  • Hey check out the dbusiness website, they are reporting a story on Hoover�s, Inc.


    Jamie

  • Reply to

    Off_the_Marc_822_miles...

    by BungoDin Sep 20, 1999 1:45 PM
    jgarush jgarush Sep 20, 1999 2:51 PM Flag

    Hey check out the dbusiness website, they are reporting a story on Premiere Technologies Inc.


    Jamie

  • Hey check out the dbusiness website, they are reporting a story on Tropical Sportswear Int'l


    Jamie

  • Reply to

    On the flip side

    by Just_one_of_the_little_people Aug 31, 1999 2:24 PM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 31, 1999 5:03 PM Flag

    Hey, check out the website dbusiness, they are reporting a story on Rogue Wave Software.


    Jamie

  • Reply to

    So what are DAVE trades?...

    by davetrader7 Apr 13, 1999 11:21 PM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 31, 1999 4:55 PM Flag

    Hey, check out the website dbusiness, they are reporting a story on Digital Recorders Inc


    Jamie

  • Reply to

    K-Mart Allows Animal Cruelty

    by waldoderby Aug 29, 1999 3:05 PM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 30, 1999 3:14 PM Flag

    Hey, check out the website dbusiness, they are reporting a story on K-Mart Corp.


    Jamie

  • Hey, check out the website dbusiness, they are reporting a story on Synopsys Inc.


    Jamie

  • Reply to

    Earnings? 2

    by dug_a_hole Jul 20, 1999 2:33 PM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 26, 1999 4:23 PM Flag

    Hey, check out the website dbusiness, they are reporting a story on Multimedia Games Inc.


    Jamie

  • Hey, check out the website dbusiness, they are reporting a story on Dell.


    Jamie

  • Reply to

    Breaking News!

    by ProfessorBob99 Aug 25, 1999 10:58 AM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 26, 1999 2:06 PM Flag

    Hey, check out the website dbusiness, they are reporting a story on Clarus Corp


    Jamie

  • Reply to

    Big trade approx 80K shares...

    by LMcKenna Jul 28, 1999 12:03 PM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 17, 1999 4:11 PM Flag

    LAKE MARY, Fla., Aug. 17 (dbusiness) --
    Public-sector software provider H.T.E. Inc. sent out another
    signal of recovery today following its recent top
    management shake-up.

    H.T.E. (Nasdaq: HTEI) announced
    a $2.5 million contract with the city of East
    Point, Ga., to handle all its computer needs. The
    outsourcing package includes eight on-site staff members in
    exchange for a flat monthly fee.

    Jamie

  • Reply to

    Mainsoft... Just scratching for news

    by trader8missy Aug 10, 1999 12:46 AM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 17, 1999 3:45 PM Flag

    BOULDER, Colo., Aug. 17 (dbusiness) - Rogue Wave
    Software, Inc., (Nasdaq: RWAV) is stepping up its stock
    buyback program, the company said Tuesday. But markets
    scarcely reacted.

    Shares in the software company
    were trading at $6.50 early Tuesday afternoon, down 6
    cents from Monday�s closing price. In the past year,
    the stock has traded in the $4.38 to $12.50
    range.

    Jamie

  • Reply to

    need to know...

    by Dubious_Honor May 1, 1999 7:54 PM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 17, 1999 3:00 PM Flag

    NORTHBOROUGH, Mass., Aug. 17 (dbusiness) -- An
    expansion of MOCON�s service business prompted the company
    to supply a larger facility for its Lab Connections
    subsidiary.

    Brooklyn Park, Minn.-based MOCON (Nasdaq: MOCO), formerly
    Modern Controls Inc., purchased Lab Connections last
    winter.

    MOCON manufactures and sells instruments
    that test plastic and other packaging materials to
    measure their effects on products. For example, the
    company can determine if a seal allows a fragrance to
    escape, if a plastic leaches chemicals into food or if a
    package allows contaminants to escape.

    Jamie

  • Reply to

    HeY Bro O/T

    by JB8616 Aug 11, 1999 11:35 AM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 17, 1999 2:39 PM Flag

    POMPANO BEACH, FLA, Aug. 17 (dbusiness) � Visual
    Data Corp. kept up its torrid growth rate in the third
    quarter ended June 30, growing revenues nearly four
    fold.

    Losses also more than doubled, but were diluted on a per
    share basis because of the company�s recent secondary
    stock offering. The company (Nasdaq: VDAT)lost $1.8
    million, or 29 cents a share, compared with losses of
    $810,283, or 25 cents per share, last year.

    Jamie

  • STATESVILLE, N.C., Aug. 17 (dbusiness) � Kewaunee
    Scientific reported first quarter net earnings of $904, 000,
    or 37 cents a diluted share, for the first quarter
    this year compared with $766,000, or 31 cents a
    diluted share, in the same quarter last year.


    Management attributed the 18 percent gain to a strong market
    for its laboratory and computer furniture, and a
    one-time gain collected from settling a lawsuit.


    Sales increased two percent to $20 million compared
    with $19.6 million in same period last year. The
    company also benefited from collecting $86,000, or four
    cents a diluted share, from settling a lawsuit in the
    quarter.

    Jamie

  • Reply to

    ??????

    by droopy_tomato Jul 14, 1999 5:57 AM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 16, 1999 4:23 PM Flag

    SAN DIEGO, Aug. 16 (dbusiness) � Epimmune�s halt
    in production of its anti-inflammatory product and
    the sale of its Glytec technology helped the company
    sharply reduce its net loss for the second
    quarter.

    For the quarter, Epimmune (Nasdaq: EPMN) reported a
    net loss of $900,000, or 17 cents per share, compared
    with a net loss of $5.2 million, or $1.11 per share,
    for the second quarter 1998. Revenue held steady at
    $500,000 for both periods.

    Jamie

  • Reply to

    Atlanta Journal- Constitution today...

    by StkMaven Aug 15, 1999 10:10 AM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 16, 1999 2:43 PM Flag

    ATLANTA, Aug. 16 (dbusiness)--CryoLife Inc.
    (NYSE:CRY) is going European.

    The Atlanta company,
    which makes medical devices and surgical adhesives,
    announced early today that it will soon open a European
    headquarters near London, CryoLife Europa Ltd.

    The
    company entered the European market three years ago,
    introducing the CryoLife-O'Brien porcine heart valve. It
    introduced a second product, the CryoLife-Ross porcine heart
    valve, in Europe last year. In April of last year, the
    company received approval to distribute its BioGlue
    surgical adhesive, used in vascular
    repair.

    European revenues made up about 3 percent of the company's
    total revenues during the first six months of this
    year, reaching $900,000 by June 30.

    Jamie

  • Reply to

    Abbie Hoffman98

    by civoken Jun 28, 1999 10:05 AM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 16, 1999 2:18 PM Flag

    ATLANTA, Aug. 16 (dbusiness)--MAPICS Inc.
    (NASDAQ: MAPX) is making the best of a slow market,
    announcing today the expansion of an existing relationship
    with Fleetwood Folding Trailers, a manufacturer of
    recreational vehicles

    . MAPICS, which provides
    enterprise resource planning (ERP) software to mid-sized
    manufacturers, will integrate its new e-commerce and client
    server applications with Fleetwood's existing ERP
    system. ERP software links together the financial, human
    resources, manufacturing and other systems within an
    organization.

    The ERP market has dramatically slowed this year, as
    potential ERP customers have been distracted by Year
    2000-related issues. MAPICS reported revenues of $32.1 million
    in the quarter ending June 30, compared to $32
    million during the same period last year.

    Jamie

  • Reply to

    visioncast is a hit

    by FlamingRoid Aug 13, 1999 9:58 PM
    jgarush jgarush Aug 16, 1999 2:13 PM Flag

    ATLANTA, Aug. 16 (dbusiness)--In its first
    acquisition in over a year, Premiere Technologies Inc. has
    purchased Atlanta's Intellivoice Communications
    Inc.

    Dbusiness has learned that Premiere (Nasdaq:PTEK) acquired
    Intellivoice recently, for an undisclosed purchase
    price.

    Last year, Premiere invested $2 million in
    Intellivoice, a company that develops speech-recognition
    technology. According to documents filed with the Securities
    & Exchange Commission, Premiere owned less than 20
    percent of Intellivoice following the investment.
    Premiere's CEO, Boland Jones, joined Intellivoice's board at
    that time.

    Jamie

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