Insurance companies can cover what they want. For example if a generic exists and costs less, they can decide to go with it, instead of the original.
The problem now is will there be a domino effect where other firms will do the same.
You're wrong, I've got two mobile homes, side by side, it makes a huge total 144 sq feet, a lot bigger than any iPhone 5 screen, except the iPhone 144 due in 2020.
With my mobile home valued at around $5,000, if I borrow $1000 on it I may buy two iPhones. Then I will look smart and wealthy. Be smart, do like me. You'll never see phones like this in your life.
You can call someone, go online, listen to music or video.
WoW! Amazing! I have never seen something like this in my whole life!
I am sure that no other electronic device can do that!
Up .70 or $1.4Bn AH just because he spoke few words and said the same thing, that mobille is their priority.
Imagine if he would start singing instead of saying words, the stock price would fly to the moon.
GOOG founders went to hire Eric Schmidt as CEO to run the business, and he succeeded extremely well, while the founders could continue to innovate.
MSFT Gates hired Ballmer long time ago as his right arm and it was a success, though nowadays the same Ballmer should be replaced.
It's time for Zuck to realise that he can continue to be creative, while leaving the real operations on someone with a lot more experience to manage the company.
Before it's too late.
Force your 950 million members to fork $10 in annual fees membership, for a total of $9.5Bn annually. Tell them that it is for a good cause, helping investors to feel better and to become new friends.
My dad is even smarter than her, he says that if I buy after hours at a premium, it will make the stock to go much higher next week, for there are not many shares available...and even less of them in November...
This is why he wanted only to keep around 505 million shares and options, with an IPO at $38/sh for a total fortune of $18Bn at the time of the IPO.
to buy the stock for my new born child.
She says that in three months, I'll be able to purchase a pacifier for him with the price of one hundred shares sold.
FB, like a snowball getting bigger all winter with the help of pumping venture funds, then the IPO in May, just in time for the big melting of spring time, and allowing investors to drown in the water.
Not bad for a virtual company with not much hard assets, except for some cash that they intend to use as if it were toilet paper and flush it on things like Instagram to the tune of over $1 billion.
If Monday morning in the first 10 minutes all pretend 950M Facebook members would buy only one share, it would create a humongous demand.
One hour later, the floodgate would open again for another split...
AAPL in 30 years has never split the stock once.
FB in less than four has already seen one split 2:1
If the exceptionnal growth rate continues, FB will split again in three months, in November.
Yesterday was the initial response to the news.
Today is the reaction of those who missed the news yesterday, and the final exhaustion of selling.
The price at the closing today will be the floor for a while.