Ultralife understands that new radios and waveforms are reshaping battlefield communications.
Due to the overwhelming requests to Ultralife from current A-320 users to add SRW and ANW2™ capabilities, Ultralife has established a program that will upgrade existing A-320 amplifiers to the (new) A-320V3.
Harris received another Falcon order, HRS will soon to be buying Exelis and their radio business. They both need LI batteries and chargers. Sure would be nice to see ULBI get some military orders. That's what put this company on the map many many years ago.
ROCHESTER, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Harris Corporation (HRS) has received a $16 million order from a NATO nation for both wideband and high-frequency (HF) radios from the company’s Falcon® line of tactical radios.
Will the company even be around long enough for options to vest? I'm guessing they vest automatically in change of control/takeover.
Stock Option (Right to Buy) $4.1 03/20/2015 A 416,145
1. This option was granted in a transaction exempt under Rule 16b-3 and vests 25% on 3/20/16, 3/20/17, 3/20/18 and 3/20/19.
ROCHESTER, N.Y.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--
Harris Corporation (HRS) has received a $47 million order for wideband radio systems from a nation in the Middle East as part of its continuing tactical communications modernization program.
They also approved a $30 million takeover of the 12-year of Brisbane coffee roaster Di Bella. Now they they own the chain just maybe in time they will want a US roaster?
I'm in for some shares. What you say is correct. However I think the dividend will be maintained and buybacks will help support the stock price. I also think this company might be sold before they can find a permanent CEO.
I liked the qtr. FWIW I'm adding in here. Tow truck are in demand in this crazy weather this year. Maybe a non repeat gov't order, but overseas looks very favorable.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
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That's what you would want. The big question is what does Paul Travers want and when does he want to monetize it for himself and shareholders. I have a feeling you know yourself a quick buyout would be a pittance to a long term hold with major sales and earnings growth. The only thing is, for that to happen more capital need for growth. The company would most likely have to issue more stock under a higher stable stock price with good market conditions.
Paul knows fashion for the mass market is big in marketing (Rochester Optical) . Who besides gamers and geeks in the masses wants that big doughnut wrapped around your face from Occulus?
You must have saw this?
Intel Set to Acquire Lantiq for Connected Home Networking.
Snip- Last December, Intel said that it expects there to be 50 billion IoT devices in the market by 2020, 400 million of which will be wearables.
The company is exploring the wearable side of IoT also, especially with the recent $24.8 million investment in wearable technology firm, Vuzix.
Basically it's over unless Cavco takes it directly to shareholders (hostile) with a much better offer than 4 and change.
Joseph Stegmayer, Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer said, "The Cavco team is pleased with the results this quarter, which improved mainly from an 8.1% growth in homes sold by our factory-built housing segment versus the same period last year. In addition, the financial services segment of our business recorded a 10.5% increase in net revenue from higher home loan and insurance policy sales volume compared to last year's third fiscal quarter."
"Another achievement for Cavco this quarter was to be recognized as thirteenth on Forbes(R) Magazine's list of America's Best Small Companies 2014.
Wall street likes the big HRS merger with XLS. ULBI needs some pulse in defense business. Meanwhile medial and consumer keeps the company breathing.
I believe Cavco offered 4.50. They gave away the RV unit for a pittance, and to a friend. This when low gas prices might revive the industry. Not that I wasn't for selling the unit. I was, but not at the price they did. I'll stay because I'll think they might stay cash flow positive going forward. If they can ever get back to profitability. They should be able to shelter any earning from tax loss carry-forwards. There is some sales grow , but I don't know if it's sustainable.
A big start IMO would be to have Google make an offer to Paul to buy the company? Use his designs, patents and intellectual property.
A number of sources have confirmed that Intel Corporation ( NASDAQ:INTC) will provide the chip for the next version of Glass, replacing the the chip from Texas Instruments that powers the current version of the headset.
Problems with original Google Glass The fashion industry turned its nose up at the original Google Glass because of its clunky design, arguably intentionally conspicuous to allay worries about covert filming or surveillance.
Being that I live near Rochester. IMO someday I see this company partnering with another Rochester company Kodak. Intel is backing Vuzix and Qualcomm is backing EPSON wearables. Even though it went bankrupt. The brand name is very valuable in marketing.
RE:Ronald Pace, Seedonk Inc.
While it traditionally has favored one-time, upfront payments when signing such licensing deals, Chief Executive Jeff Clarke told Wall Street analysts last month that Kodak is going to focus more on revenue-sharing annuity deals, and to expect more licensing agreements.
"There's many, many products out there that we believe will be relevant to the consumer with the Kodak brand on it. We see this as untapped opportunity. We've added some resources in this area."
With Chief Marketing Officer Steve Overman now overseeing licensing, "We believe it will have a lot more energy," Clark said.
Some of the licensing arrangements that will be on display at the International Consumer Electronics Show next month go back years, as in the case of Rochester-based KMG Digital, which in 2010 signed a deal giving it the exclusive worldwide licenses to the Kodak name for media products such as blank CDs, DVDs and Blu-ray discs.
Others are far newer. London's Bullitt Group, which specializes in making consumer electronics under other companies' brands, announced this week it plans to come out with a variety of Kodak electronics in 2015, including a tablet computer and Android smartphone.