the stock was going?
Pumper for GS to get you to buy buy buy.
Trying to get the BUYOUT RUMOR going!
Because they have been using the shares to short just like Goldman Sachs. They are both listed as moderately turning their shares over. Which means they make their money by SHORTING! The BTARDS!
That PAID PUMPER needs to work his magic!
in a waiting game.
No word from this POS company.
Loosing business every month as customers wary that the company will
go out of business.
Loosing money every month it seems.
manipulating the stock as big boys get out.
Fat fingered phucks buying & selling their own shares trying to make you think there's action in this POS stock.
PAID PUMPER. Gets you going when the stock goes up.
Just look at the recent comments. SEPT 2
Why then is he NONEXISTENT I ask?
NICE MOVE UP!
A real JERKSTER!
New customer doesn't even make a splash in the pond.
stockturd remains silent.
Probably doesn't own any shares.
Have you noticed he never PUMPS as stock goes down.
give them a higher price to short. Just ask Stockturd - he knows!
stock down. Have you noticed he only really comes out to PUMP PUMP the stock. Copying news articles and REPOSTING REPOSTING and REPSTING. Goldman Sachs is listed as a MODERATE TURNOVER Institutional investor. That means that they re constantly turning over their stock. IE: shorting the crap out of the stock and then driving it back up. Rinse & Repeat.
shares are now 713,587.
Under water as his purchases have been from $2.40 to $3.60
Type messA divided Federal Circuit ruled in Akamai's favor in August 2012. It said that, in the case of software and so-called "method patents," a defendant could be liable for infringement even if it carried out only some steps of the patent, while encouraging a downstream user to perform the rest.
Limelight petitioned the Supreme Court to hear the case, supported by companies such as Google Inc and Cisco Systems Inc, which said the ruling could lead to more infringement suits.
The high court overturned the decision last June, ruling that a defendant is not liable for inducing infringement when not a single party has directly infringed the patent.
On Wednesday, the Federal Circuit said Limelight did not directly infringe, and that if Limelight could be found jointly liable with its downstream users, innocent customers doing as little as swiping a debit card could be targeted by predatory patent suits.
Such lawsuits and patent demand letters aimed at customers are a major concern of current Congressional bills to reform the patent system.
Limelight Chief Executive Officer Bob Lento said in a statement the company was pleased the appeals court again found in its favor. Akamai said it would ask the full slate of Federal Circuit judges to review the decision.
What a joke this PAID PUMPER was