|Tue 16:37||leeson31||certain would Cel. id put the tin of stella that id have in my hand down, and drive straight to the shop :-) read more...|
|Mon 21:02||celeritas||Eipgam, over $44b last year, it's a lot more now. read more...|
|Mon 16:10||celeritas||If I was short I would be nervous about IBM's intentions here.
Do a google search and you'll notice IBM making moves into mobile money.
It's moved on a long way since this last year.
hTTp://www.slideshare.net/msherman1001/mobile-money-p read more...|
|Mon 11:51||andrewbaker||The change in contract method and accountancy combined caused the lower reported revenues, but the thrust of the business still continued, and the latest news about IBM (with the Apple connection making it even better) shows that the future is indeed rosy.
I held on through the price drop - though maybe some profit taking would have been a good idea, hey ho - and I'm considering adding to my... read more...|
|Mon 07:51||celeritas||Very nice on the tail of the Apple deal. read more...|
|Mon 07:42||veldt||Apple launching the iphone 6 shortly which is almost certainly going to have NFC payment ability and Apple announcing link ups with IBM and now Monitise announcing very significant link ups also with IBM.......hmmmmm, I can not imagine that Apples's and Monitise's paths haven't crossed.
Hmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm read more...|
|17 Jul 2014||leeson31||ps on the bright side though, just before auction end, there was 4.8m bids vs 4.5m offers. first times in ages where there were more bids than offers....
SP looked like it was being worked today.. lot of bids, then sold down, repeated.. then a shed load of bids in the auction displayed... read more...|
|17 Jul 2014||celeritas||According to this Microsoft has nigh on $70b in foreign accounts.
hTTp://www.thebureauinvestigates.com/2014/03/12/apple-and-microsoft-among-us-tech-giants-reaping-interest-payments-on-offshore-cash/ read more...|
|17 Jul 2014||celeritas||Max, I thought that a few days back, companies are moving in this direction in a big way, Microsoft pardon the pun are soft in this direction and won't want to be left behind. I wonder how much they have in foreign accounts that can't be repatriated due to high taxes. read more...|