Did anybody hear anything??
IR update 29 Jul 2014
We wanted to give you some additional information about today’s announcement regarding the Brightstar 20:20 program, as this is an exciting additional outlet for NQ Mobile products and services. Brightstar 20:20 is a global enterprise (business-to-business) program with a strong presence in Pan-European countries that provides cutting-edge business services and solutions, including distribution and value-added solutions. Through the program, resellers provide their enterprise customers with leading mobile handset brands, accessories, insurance, cellular airtime and on-device services like NQ Mobile Security.
Starting in the UK with HTC, the program is expected to extend to Brightstar’s multiple points of presence across Europe and to include additional selected manufacturers. As featured in the June issue of Mobile Today, HTC is collaborating with Brightstar to provide resellers with access to their full portfolio of products. NQ Mobile Security will be licensed and bundled with Android devices such as the HTC One (M8) and will feature simplified activation. Brightstar 20:20 also plans to include other manufacturers’ products in the program, with NQ Mobile Security, of course. We are honored to have won this opportunity with Brightstar 20:20.
In other news, NQ Mobile has picked up some more awards. NQ Mobile has received three separate honors from the 2014 Best in Biz International awards:
· Gold: Business Development department / team of the year of the Year
· Silver: Fastest-Growing Company of the Year - Medium
· Silver: Enterprise Service of the Year (NQ Sky)
The Best in Biz Awards are unique in that only writers and journalists for business, financial, trade and technology publications, as well as broadcast outlets and analyst firms, serve as judges. The 2014 International judging panel consisted of 27 individuals from 17 countries.
What I meant is simply that the other MB has far more intelligent comments.... Unlike the garbage that you continually spew. Either you're short to the max or you have a warped personality that can never find anything positive except your own point of view. Whether it's right or wrong. If the only thing in your life is one stock and posting as if you have ADHD, it's no wonder that investors view Yahoo message boards as uninformed humor.
Take a look at NQbag's posts and it will show so many similarities that you will come to the conclusion that many of us already have. Nq is apple engineer under a new name. It has to be tough to spend all hours of the day on a message board for what probably amounts to less per hour than Wendy's pays. To give credit where credit is due, the writing style approaches respectability and life would be far happier if the negativism we're put aside. Fortunately, I've had apple on ignore for months and nq bag is on the way so I'll just have a bunch more ignored messages. For people who would like a more sensible approach, try Shareholders United. You'll get a far more balanced bag of opinions. Life's too short to have to spend it on one stock and spew as much negativity as possible. GLTA
Now all that's needed is for them to finally unveil the earnings, 20-f, and the audit. We all hope that MBP can light a fire under management. So far, it's been easier said than done
on ignore. Another minimum wage bashed impersonating Appleengineer. It might even be apple since that user name is overone's ignore list.
between Ackman and Carl tomorrow. When Carl kicked his #$%$ on TV, it was some of the most entertaining in CNBC history. It was also the only time that they ran no commercials for 45 minutes. Go Carl
action represents a substantial amount of volume. Looking like the smarter (if not a oxymoron) shorts are getting a bit nervous and potential longs pushing the envelope. $5.50 could be a median target this morning.
Idiot!! For you to even hint that one of the significant accounting firms would risk their license and reputation to keep one client happy is beyond idiocy. The Eco in your user name must be for ecology because it sure as hell doesn't even approach economics