2.43 +0.01 (0.41%)
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|Bid||2.43 x 1000|
|Ask||2.44 x 600|
|Day's Range||2.30 - 2.46|
|52 Week Range||2.12 - 38.86|
|PE Ratio (TTM)||N/A|
|Forward Dividend & Yield||0.00 (0.00%)|
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Residents of San Francisco have plenty of opportunities to benefit from venture capitalists’ cash — even if they do not run their own company. It did not prove to be a very sustainable business model for most of the entrepreneurs but, while it lasted, it was fun for consumers who were more than happy to let a venture capitalist buy their groceries, dinner or even “medical” marijuana. Instead of “Uber for” whatever, MoviePass wants to be the “Netflix for movie theatres”.
Shares of MoviePass Inc. majority owner Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. slumped 1.6% in premarket trade Friday, adding to the 39% plunge they have suffered the past three sessions, as investors continued ...
MoviePass' parent company is going through with a big secondary offering, sending the shares 35% lower at Thursday morning's open.
When MoviePass, the subscription service that offers users the ability seeing one movie per day in theaters, announced in August of 2017 that they would be dropping their price from $45 a month to just $9.95 per month, it sent shockwaves through the entertainment industry, with interest in the company spiking considerably. The company has rapidly grown from 12,000 customers in August 2017 to well over 2 million by March 2018, and the service is expecting to grow to over 5 million users by the end of 2018. The main questions surrounding MoviePass is, "How can they possibly make money off this" and "How long until this all blows up?" While we can't speak to exactly what the ultimate fate of MoviePass will be, we can explain how this can possibly be a sustainable business model (spoilers:it might not be) and if it's worth buying MoviePass. So How Does It Work?
Shares of MoviePass Inc. majority owner Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. plummeted 34% in premarket trade Thursday, extending earlier losses, after the company announced the pricing of its $30 million ...
Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. plans to sell up to $150 million worth of stock and largely pump the money into MoviePass Inc., the fast-growing movie-theater subscription company it bought last year....
Shares of MoviePass majority owner Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. fell more than 12% late Wednesday after the company said it would sell an unspecified amount of shares in a public offering. Proceeds ...
Verizon as a passive investor and capping usage with its latest plan offering don't seem like good reasons to get excited about Helios and Matheson.
Shares of MoviePass majority owner Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. rallied 3.7% in premarket trade, to extend the previous session's surge, which followed Verizon Communications Inc.'s disclosure of a ...
In another bid to drum up subscribers, MoviePass has put together another special offer, this time bundling its all-you-can-watch movie subscription with iHeartRadio.
MoviePass, already on a quest to make moviegoing affordable, wants to build a recommendation engine to help people find movies they’ll love. The US movie subscription service wants to build a review and recommendation system fueled by its own users. Movie-review aggregation sites like Rotten Tomatoes are too general, and often too critical, for MoviePass’s…
MoviePass has exploded in popularity, but the model doesn't make good business sense at the moment. However, it doesn't always have to stay that way.
The fast-growing subscription company MoviePass is joining with one of the nation’s oldest cinema services. The majority owner of MoviePass has agreed to buy Moviefone from Verizon unit Oath.
When the dust settles, MoviePass could have the data collection package it always wanted, or start planning a trip down the merger aisle with Verizon.
Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc (NASDAQ: HMNY ) announced Thursday it acquired Moviefone from Verizon Communication Inc. (NYSE: VZ )’s Oath for about $8.6 million. The complete transaction involves $1 ...
MoviePass’ acquisition of Moviefone has it buying the company from Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ) subsidiary Oath. The transaction includes $1 million in cash and 2,550,154 shares of HMNY stock. It also includes warrants for another 2,550,154 shares of HMNY stock at $5.50 each.
Shares of MoviePass majority owner Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. are down 8.8% in Tuesday morning trading after the company published a notification of late filing for its annual report. Helios & Matheson ...