GIVE US S BREAK WITH THE IMUC BS!!!!!!!!!!
Has to break thru $2.
I hope they keep talking about this cyber ish on the news.
Your talking like the price is under $3.30.
During this correction, it didn't go below $3, you really think its gonna go below 3 now??
RENN/Chen was always a holding company. Look at the old company Oak Interactive.
They should start buying something soon. He has got to say something soon. There aren't that many shares to buyback.
DO YOU OWN SHARES.
I think that bashers should at least pretend to own shares and not just using this board as a remedy for their EXTREME LONELINESS.
These are all things that point to ADAT as a solution....sorry I didn't explain...sorry I had to.
I indicated strong buy.
Another interesting one:
Shares of home health services provider Gentiva Health (GTIV) are soaring after Kindred Healthcare (KND) made public its offer to buy Gentiva for $14 per share. Kindred operates hospitals and rehabilitation centers and also has a hospice and home healthcare business.
As you all should know Gentiva is a customer of ADAT. These type of services are getting a lot of attention lately:
1) VA rep talking to Congress today
2) Kindred's bid for Gentiva
3) Gentiva keeps saying no to a bid with a 60-70% premium.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
What defines YOU best after a quarter of a century is failure, deceit and raw uncontrolled greed is that YOU were investing in the company at that time
February 7, 2014
AFGE Activist Decries Problems with VA's Benefits Claims System in Testimony Before House VA Committee
WASHINGTON – AFGE Local 1738 Shop Steward Eric Jenkins testified on Feb. 5 before the House Committee on Veterans’ Affairs’ Subcommittee on Disability Assistance and Memorial Affairs regarding the current state of the Department of Veterans Affairs’ (VA) benefit claims processing technology. Jenkins’ testimony focused on greater communication between AFGE and the agency regarding improving the Veterans Benefits Management System (VBMS), the impact of frequent system shutdowns on the ability to process veterans’ claims in a timely fashion, and improving the agency’s broken work credit system.
“AFGE consistently receives reports from members at regional offices nationwide regarding shutdowns and technical problems with VBMS. We would like to remain a strong partner with the Veterans Benefits Administration (VBA) to improve VBMS to better process claims and to make the system more user friendly,” testified Jenkins. “AFGE requests the establishment of a working group to improve VBMS, which would include AFGE, management and Veterans Service Organizations’ (VSOs) stakeholders.” AFGE also recommends that VBA develop a contingency plan that will maintain productivity and credit employees working via alternate systems when VBMS is shutdown.
The union is also critical of the current work credit system that is not based on data and does not accurately account for the complexities associated with the claims process. Feedback from AFGE members indicates that the current system deprives work credit for numerous required tasks, increases workplace stress, puts pressure on employees to rush through claims, and devalues the importance of evaluating claims on their individual merits.
Largest Federal Employee Union Pushes OSHA to Investigate Legionella Reports at Illinois Veterans Hospital
Labor activists at Edward Hines Jr. Veterans Hospital Sound Alarm on Elevated Legionella Levels
WASHINGTON— The American Federation of Government Employees (AFGE) is calling on the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to take a deeper look at reports of elevated levels of Legionella at the Edward Hines Jr. Veterans Affairs Hospital in Illinois. In a Feb. 28 letter to Assistant Secretary of Labor for OSHA Dr. David Michaels, the union urges the agency to inspect reports of Legionella and “ensure that a process exists for regular testing, and that appropriate actions for remediation take place.”
Union activists at AFGE Veterans Affairs (VA) Local 781 notified the AFGE national office of its concerns that unsafe levels of the bacteria may be present at the hospital. The letter to OSHA explains that patients and staff can be at risk if the proper precautions aren’t taken and that the VA’s track record on handling Legionella has been poor in recent years. The VA came under heavy scrutiny for its mismanagement of the Legionnaires’ outbreak at the Pittsburgh VA that has been linked to death of five veterans.