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smallercap 11 posts  |  Last Activity: Sep 16, 2014 10:31 AM Member since: Aug 14, 1998
  • smallercap by smallercap Sep 16, 2014 10:31 AM Flag

    handed everything on a silver platter...COOLs only hope may be a buyout/merger and a fast kick out the door for these idiot sons!

  • smallercap by smallercap Aug 28, 2014 4:21 PM Flag

    can't counter that with financial engineering!

  • follow the connections.....

  • Reply to

    NOL value ?

    by mn1819 Aug 18, 2014 11:45 AM
    smallercap smallercap Aug 18, 2014 3:08 PM Flag

    because of the scorched earth policy employed by the companies they are trying to license, along with Obama's sympathy's to there cause. Patent law is a wont be easy!

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    rochester democrat and chronicle

    by hubby_14508 Aug 7, 2014 6:49 PM
    smallercap smallercap Aug 7, 2014 7:30 PM Flag

    Before the year’s end, UniPixel Inc. expects its much-delayed touchscreen sensor effort with Eastman Kodak Co. will be up and running.

    “We’re definitely on the right track,” Jeff Hawthorne, CEO of Texas-based UniPixel, told Wall Street analysts in a conference call Thursday.

    Kodak has two separate partnerships with outside companies looking to print touchscreen sensor films — Rochester-based Kingsbury Corp. and UniPixel. UniPixel and Kodak announced the joint effort in 2013, and had expected at the time to be up and running by end of that year. But the project, which includes a joint Kingsbury/Kodak plant at Eastman Business Park with Kodak engineers providing some technical expertise, has been plagued with delays.

    Hawthorne said that UniPixel is in the final stages of work before being able to turn out significant volumes of its InTouch film. In June, the company said it had moved from producing such films in its lab to testing out its full roll-to-roll manufacturing process. The plating work is done in Texas, with the printing, final testing and packaging done in Rochester. Hawthorne said the pilot plating technology is being moved to Rochester.

    “The second quarter was a pivotal quarter for us,” Hawthorne said, adding that the Rochester line is now turning out “appreciable quantities of sensors” for customer testing.

    The company has sent numerous samples to one computer tablet company for its review, Hawthorne said. And in recent weeks, it has shown samples from the pilot line to a number of touch module suppliers and equipment makers in Asia, he said: “All have requested InTouch samples.”

    Kodak CEO Jeff Clarke said earlier this week he expects to see “tens of millions” of dollars worth of sales this year from its touchscreen sensor film work. He did not say whether it would come from both UniPixel and Kingsbury efforts.

    Such sensors come under the umbrella of Kodak’s functional printing business arm, that being one of the area’s of business the company has

  • We are approaching 2 years and 20/sh in restatement expense! That would of made a fine dividend. Good lord someone's head should roll, at the very least!

  • smallercap smallercap Jul 23, 2014 11:14 AM Flag

    yup trapped like rats with the stock at all time lows and up 99.9% staying short. Yup we are really in harms way...pathetic fool!

  • smallercap smallercap Jun 26, 2014 6:18 PM Flag

    you dumb fool. The shorts are not to blame for your losses.Your CEO, executive officers, and esteemed board of directors are your enemy. Short sellers were the red flag you chose to ignore.And the fact that your dumb enough enough to invest in these characters and then blame the shorts speaks of your ignorance! "support the company" ...stick to delivering your pizzas before you loose all the money mommy gave you.

  • smallercap smallercap Jun 22, 2014 10:29 PM Flag

    Ignorant fool, perhaps you should read the 2013 annual report instead of posting your nonsense 24/7. Maybe do a little due diligence. Hanover was just a small part of there debt, even paid out via massive dilution, the company is still insolvent. Shareholder deficit is north of 200 million, revenue is negligible, and horrific losses as far as one can see. And there are dumb day traders like you..... lazy, ignorant, degenerate, gambling fools, that rely on the greater fool theory to make a buck. You pile in a crooked Bermuda based Greek shipping company of all things, and then blame short sellers for your ignorance and incompetence.. Go F yourself you worthless pos. You and your criminal shipping company both! Losers tend to find each other.

  • Reply to

    ****This is Why Nasdaq Halted trading *****

    by jamesonpetry Jun 20, 2014 7:52 AM
    smallercap smallercap Jun 20, 2014 8:48 AM Flag

    Then you woke up and faced the reality that the company you own is run by by charlatans/cons, is very much insolvent and may never again trade on the NASDAQ. Getting other DUMBS to see it your way wont change the spot your in!

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    NEWL is like 00 on the roulette table

    by alien_cadavers Jun 19, 2014 6:26 PM
    smallercap smallercap Jun 19, 2014 6:35 PM Flag

    don't kid yourself. Made good money shorting this toxic junk. Now the party appears to be over. Shorts cleaned up on this nonsense big-time, and we are even more #$%$ then the DUMBS, now that NASDAQ intervened in this cash cow. The greatest short I have ever seen....not even close. We may never see such a bird again.

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