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|tel290766: I too was owed money by electro_mec, like you we issued a statutory demand with the threat of a winding up order. We got all of our money but there are a lot of people who have gone down the ccj route will probably not see a penny(currently 12 ccj's totaling £59896. Another company in the group,(Alpha anodising) has 1 ccj of £3858 against it.
Its the people on the shop floor I feel sorry for in the "real economy".
My family run Engineering company has run for 42 years,9 of which run by me.
Electro-mec had pretty much the same history untill people playing the pretend economy thought they would by into somthing they new nothing about and screw it up.
Like you I have no interest in the share price I make real things and sell them.|
|cyberpost: Statement re Share Price Movement (Avid)
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
AVID HOLDINGS PLC
("Avid" or "the Group")
Share Price Movement
The board note the recent increase in the company's share price and can confirm
that they are not aware of any reason for this.
As announced on 21 October the Company is continuing to seek short-term finance
and will make a further announcement in due course.|
|faz: Keeps going, and for long-time holders it needs to. A year ago this peaked at $14 - two years ago at $30 and three years ago, well we were all thinking of retiring on the proceeds - we won't see $99 again for a long time, but once this breaks into porfit, and transfers its registration from a French to a US company I think we will see a big push on the share price.|
|livestock: Cash position @ $6.5 per share
N. American Smart Card Shipments Jump
There were 31.2 million chip cards shipped to the U.S. and Canadian markets in the first six months of 2002, more than double the 14.8 million cards shipped during the same period in 2001, according to a survey by the New York-based trade association Smart Card Alliance. Nearly 25 million of those cards were the sophisticated microprocessor-based cards typically used in banking, network security and mobile phone applications. That was an 87% increase over 13.3 million such cards shipped during the first half of 2001. Shipments of memory cards, which cannot be altered after manufacture, increased to 6.2 million, compared with 1.5 million in the year-earlier period. The Alliance plans to release the results for all of 2002 in February 2003. The organization did not break down the shipments in detail, but says much of the shipments were in financial, retail, pay TV and government, as well as mobile phones, which remains the largest single segments. Alliance executives did not point to individual programs in explaining the growth. But much of the increase surely came from big retailer Target Corp. issuing more than 7 million Visa-branded smart credit cards since last fall, most of them during the first two quarters of 2002. The U.S. Department of Defense also accounted for some of the microprocessor card volume, as it recently topped the 1 million mark on its way to issuing smart cards to 4 million employees and contractors for physical and computer network access.( 2002-10-10 )
Smart card Business for nothing!!!
Deals signed with Departement of Defence.etc...
Rollout of millions of cards as i type!
Check it out .http://www.activcard.com/activ/newsroom/news/100201_us.html
Share price will not stay this low for much longer.
Shares listed on; Nasdaq(ACTI),Easdaq(ACTI) :-)|
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