Too bad, I will miss all your older posts when I look back, but at the same time I can understand your distaste for idiots on other boards using them in ways you never intended and I would suspect that they are so shallow that they don't have anything worthwhile to contribute anyways... I must admit this is probably the best Yahoo board I have ever been on, some are a real mess and others are a complete waste of cyberspace with nothing useful as far as an investment discussion goes.
Granted they may be appetizers, but when your told that they are on the way from the kitchen to the table and it takes a long time you get very hungry! Maybe Mr Cronson's lawyer got fired and is working in the kitchen now and forgot to put the orders in....
Thanxs RocK! I would assume that Mr. Cronson needs to fire his broker since all the others at EMAN seem to have filed on time. I would also assume that he stops filing late too with which ever broker he uses and double checks that it anything is filed correctly and in a timely manner.
From Don's post on the IV board...
Re: Short interest down about 140k to 193,900.
Thanxs for your work on following the exchanges Don! I was wondering if you think this downward trend is going to continue or go back up or stay about the same for mid month? I know this is probably hard to answer with the churn, just looking for your opinion since you have been watching more closely.
Think I woke up on the wrong side of bed this am Don, I was expecting a contract announcement and not a $47,000 penalty for PC filing late.
ownership reports that give investors the opportunity to evaluate whether the holdings and transactions of company insiders could be indicative of the company’s future prospects.
While we the investors find out after the fact over the two days requirement. Direct or indirect makes no difference to me, $47,000 is a nice hunk of change and late filing also makes me wonder (or maybe shows) how they use our investment dollars, probably and sadly worse than their own personal dollars... Paul make up for the late filings that affect your companies investors decisions and make a large insider purchase today and have it posted by the beginning of next week!
Not very encouraging that Paul can just throw away over $47,000 because he cannot file on time. Makes me think that they are overpaid if $47,000 does not matter to him!
Paul C. Cronson, a director of eMagin Corporation, agreed to pay a $47,250 penalty.
The Securities and Exchange Commission today announced charges against 28 officers, directors, or major shareholders for violating federal securities laws requiring them to promptly report information about their holdings and transactions in company stock. Six publicly-traded companies were charged for contributing to filing failures by insiders or failing to report their insiders’ filing delinquencies.
The charges stem from an SEC enforcement initiative focusing on two types of ownership reports that give investors the opportunity to evaluate whether the holdings and transactions of company insiders could be indicative of the company’s future prospects. Form 4 is a report that corporate officers, directors, and certain beneficial owners of more than 10 percent of a registered class of a company’s stock must use to report their transactions in company stock within two business days. Schedule 13D and 13G are reports that beneficial owners of more than 5 percent of a registered class of a company’s stock must use to report holdings or intentions with respect to the company. SEC enforcement staff used quantitative data sources and ranking algorithms to identify these insiders as repeatedly filing late. Some filings were delayed by weeks, months, or even years.
A total of 33 of the 34 individuals and companies named in the SEC’s orders agreed to settle the charges and pay financial penalties totaling $2.6 million.
No, I've heard nothing since that came up... Still listed on the govt site as a trial center, but not on Cancer centers site? I would assume that they are not participating in the trial anymore since it is not listed on their site as a treatment option for ovarian cancer.
Study Status: This study is ongoing, but not recruiting participants.
Estimated Study Completion Date: December 2014
Estimated Primary Completion Date: October 2014 (Final data collection date for primary outcome measure)
One thing is for sure, they should change the word estimated to when we are good and ready after how many delays thru the years...
Looks like smoke and mirrors to me with a 1000 share open down to $2.51... Best wishes to ALL and EMAN's production line!
Some other possibilities from ACE's blog...
eMagin To Market Own "Google Glass"? Don at Investors Village Has Quite a Scoop: Trademark for eMagin Near-Eye Device For Variety of Applications: Thank You Don : Z Designation like Z-800 HMD, What Does 4MP Stand For? For Mobile Platform? Mobile Play? Have To Wait I Guess
I had that thought for the 4 or for too, sounds okay.... The new Zeee FOUR MEDIA PLAYER with a brand new spanking high brightness DPD filterless OLED power saving display.?
Also on ACE's blog...
Company: eMagin Corporation
Location: Hopewell Junction, NY
Job Type: Full Time
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Exciting Opportunity for Cost Accountant in mid-Hudson- Fishkill - semi-conductor manufacturing company.
We are a manufacturer of microdisplays looking to grow our finance department. eMagin a leader in OLED microdisplays and virtual imaging technologies has exciting opportunities for a Cost Accountant in the East Fishkill, NY manufacturing facility. eMagin integrates high-resolution OLED microdisplays, magnifying optics, and systems technologies to create a virtual image that appears comparable to that of a computer monitor or a large-screen television.
Ideal candidate will have cost accounting experience in semiconductor industry to function as a business support person to the plant and financial management team. Responsible for plant level costs and control including cost accounting, bill of material audits, and cost analysis.
Scope: Supports month-end close and special projects as requested. Works closely with manufacturing to understand issues and how they impact the financial results as well as educate/inform department(s) on cost drivers and variances. Also act as liaison with corporate financial staff, as required.
Prepare, analyze and report weekly, monthly, quarterly gross margin analysis by brand by customer type
Analyze actual labor, material, and overhead cost against Standard/Budget. Research and explain variances. Report this information monthly or as needed.
Work with the finance department to implement and apply cost accounting policies and procedures as they are derived.
Development of new labor and overhead rates, budget, and forecasts
Assist in month-end closing, prepare journal entries as necessary, analyze inventory evaluation, inventory roll forward
Prepare collateral reporting
Assist in compliance