Commenting, Sterne Agee analyst Arvind Bhatia said the coupon business may have meaningful potential over time, with a total addressable market of $28 billion. If Groupon is able to capture 1%-2% of the market, it would increase Ebitda by over $100 million.
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+ Outstanding 559/534 MBps read/write speed with ATTO
+ Random 4K read/writes produced 88,299 IOPS – best tested!
+ Indilinx Barefoot 3 processor offers native TRIM support
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+ 5-Year OCZ product warranty support
+ Offered in 120/240/480GB storage capacities
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and that somebody knows something
Are they buying when the stock goes back up? Do they still know something?
. As part of this financing we issued notes that are convertible into 7.7 million shares of common stock at a conversion price of $1.70. We also issued 5.8 million warrants that are convertible into common stock at a strike price of $0.75.
I think the Management is trying to save their jobs and turn the company around
I doubt they are watching the stock price and every tick like we do
OCZ's stock falls to below $0.40 per share, is the end in sight for the storied SSD manufacturer?
By: Charles Gantt | Business, Financial & Legal News | Posted: 18 hours, 5 mins ago
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Yesterday it appeared that OCZ's stock was in a downward fall that was unstoppable before leveling off near the closing bell at $0.73. Today the stock fell yet another 38-percent to just $0.39 per share at its lowest, and like yesterday it rebounded slightly and closed at $0.44 per share.
As of this posting, OCZ has yet to release an official statement, and this has further led to investor confidence falling. A quick Google search will turn up dozens of industry analyst questioning just how long the company has left before it is forced to fill bankruptcy, and even more complaints on forums across the internet where customers are complaining about failed Vertex SSD drives.
While I am still mystified about the company's lack of response to this crisis, I have developed a new theory on what may be going on. A few weeks back we reported that Toshiba might be looking to buy OCZ outright, but nothing ever materialized from this. I have a very small suspicion that OCZ may be keeping quiet in order to force their price even lower to draw in someone looking to pick them up at what might be a steal. This would wash the company's leaders hands of things and they would get off with a nice payday.
and go up!
By Heather Somerville
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National drugstore chain CVS has opened its first walk-in medical clinics in the Bay Area, beginning with seven locations in San Jose and the Peninsula.
MinuteClinic, the walk-in clinics housed inside CVS stores, are now open in San Jose, Foster City and Sunnyvale. Clinics are staffed by nurse practitioners, open seven days a week -- including holidays -- and customers don't need an appointment. Patients can received treatment and prescriptions for common illnesses such as strep throat and ear, eye, sinus, bladder and bronchial infections. The clinic can also treat wounds, abrasions, skin conditions and sprains; provide school or sports physicals; monitor chronic diseases; and deliver vaccinations for the flu, tetanus and hepatitis.
MinuteClinic accepts most major health insurance and the cost for patients without insurance starts at $79.
Another four clinics will open in November in Burlingame, Campbell, Mountain View and Santa Clara, and the retailer has plans to open additional clinics throughout the Bay Area in 2014. MinuteClinic's entry into Northern California is part of the company's expansion plan to open 150 clinics nationwide by the end of the year
" I can see the stock breaking $1.50 if the selloff accelerates"
You are HIGH
The company had net profit of $48 million/ 6 cents a share