Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Emblaze LD (DI) LSE:BLZ London Ordinary Share IL0010830219 ORD NIS0.01 (DI)
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  +0.00p +0.00% 31.00p 0.00p 0.00p - - - 0.00 05:00:10
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Software & Computer Services 1.3 0.5 0.6 39.2 34.10

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06/7/2016
09:24
The new bb for this share is BSD. If you still have shares it is worth looking at with news of the AGM n July 2016 and perhaps some interest in buying your shares.
gclark
16/2/2016
13:06
Does anyone know if this case is now dead, or still on-going Released : 09/03/2015 B.S.D Crown Ltd (LSE:BSD) ("BSD" or "the Company") Legal Claim against Apple Inc. Tel Aviv, Israel, 9 March, 2015 Legal Claim against Apple Inc. Further to the Company's announcement of 30 January, 2015, the Company announces that following the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division's, order denying the Company's motion for a judgment as a matter of law, or, alternatively, for a new trial (the " Order"), the Company has filed an appeal with United States Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit in respect of the Order and the jury verdict entered on 11 July, 2014. The Company has also been informed that Apple Inc. has filed an appeal against the Order and the finding in respect of the validity of the Company's patent subject of the litigation. The Company will update the market in respect of further developments, as appropriate. Further information about the Company For more information about the Company, visit www.bsd-c.com. Enquiries: Eyal Merdler, CFO: eyal.merdler@bsd-c.com
m welsh
13/3/2015
11:56
yes htTp://uk.advfn.com/cmn/fbb/thread.php3?id=32498245
waterloo01
13/3/2015
11:52
Is there a new forum for BSD ?
hotfinance14
30/1/2015
13:39
Tel Aviv, Israel, 30 January, 2015 Legal Claim against Apple Inc. Further to the Company's announcements of 8 July, 14 July, 11 August, 12 August and 20 October, 2014, the Company announces that it has been informed that on 29 January, 2015, the United States District Court for the Northern District of California, San Jose Division, issued an order denying the Company's motion for a judgment as a matter of law, or, alternatively, for a new trial. Apple's motion for judgment as a matter of law, which was submitted conditionally upon the success of the Company's motions, was denied as well by the court as moot. The Company is considering the order and will update the market in respect of further developments, as appropriate. Further information about the Company For more information about the Company, visit www.bsd-c.com.
hotfinance14
31/10/2014
10:31
EMBLAZE LTD., Plaintiff, v. MICROSOFT CORPORATION, Defendant. 9 October 2014 The Court hereby sets the following case deadlines pursuant to Federal Rule of Civil Procedure 16 and Civil Local Rule 16-10 and the discussion held at the October 1, 2014 case management conference: Event Deadline Deadline to add parties or amend the pleadings The Court does not anticipate further amendment of the pleadings Fact discovery cut-off 8/7/15 Expert disclosures 8/7/15 Expert rebuttal 8/28/15 Expert discovery cut-off 10/9/15 Deadline to file dispositive motions 10/30/15 Pretrial conference statement due 3/8/16 Pretrial conference 3/18/16 at 2:00 p.m. Trial 4/4/16 at 8:30 a.m. Estimate of trial length (in days) The Court has set the trial later than was discussed at the October 1, 2014 case management conference to accommodate the parties’ jointly expressed wish for a separate Daubert motion and hearing schedule. http://tinyurl.com/lm5lbtd
colinhy
30/10/2014
12:50
Hi Colinhy, have you heard anything on the Microsoft case which was due start of October
m welsh
21/10/2014
13:13
(As just posted on the - old - BLZ thread) waterloo01. None of the £1m came from ex directors - this amount was the figure paid by the company AFTER contributions from the directors and/or their insurers, as stated in the RNS.
grahamburn
21/10/2014
13:11
waterloo01. None of the £1m came from ex directors - this amount was the figure paid by the company AFTER contributions from the directors and/or their insurers, as stated in the RNS.
grahamburn
21/10/2014
12:37
The ghost of Christmas past.....wonder how much of the £1m came from ex directors and insurance? One less thing to worry about?
waterloo01
20/10/2014
08:46
B.S.D Crown Ltd (LSE:BSD) ("BSD" or "the Company") Company Update Tel Aviv, Israel, 20 October, 2014 Legal Claim against Apple Inc. Further to the Company's announcements of 8 July, 14 July, 11 August and 12 August, 2014, the Company announces that it has been informed that the court has scheduled a hearing regarding BSD's and Apple's respective motions for judgements as a matter of law for 9 December, 2014. The Company will update the market in respect of further developments, as appropriate. Further information about the Company For more information about the Company, visit www.bsd-c.com. Enquiries: Eyal Merdler, CFO: eyal.merdler@bsd-c.com
hotfinance14
15/10/2014
11:40
This has gone very quiet !!!!!
m welsh
02/10/2014
10:03
Anyone heard how the court case went yesterday !!
m welsh
22/8/2014
07:45
Wednesday, Oct 1 2014, 02:00PM 3:12-cv-05422-JST - Emblaze Ltd. v. Microsoft Corporation Case Mgmt Conference Further
colinhy
21/8/2014
09:48
Does any one know when the court dates are for the Microsoft case !!
m welsh
20/8/2014
14:42
Different jury maybe different result. Now that would be a nice surprise!
waterloo01
20/8/2014
10:20
19 August 2014 Claims Construed in Emblaze v. Microsoft The court construed 13 claims in a patent relating to technology for streaming files over a network in real-time in Emblaze Ltd. v. Microsoft Corp., No. 12-05422 (N.D. Cal. July 29, 2014). The parties had identified a total of 17 terms for construction. Because the court found that four of the terms would not be dispositive of any infringement claims, the court declined to construe those terms. In many instances, the court adopted plaintiff's proposed construction because Microsoft's proposals impermissibly imported unnecessary limitations into the claims. In some instances, the court did not adopt either party's construction verbatim, but rather adopted its own constructions based on the intrinsic evidence. For example, with regard to the term "file," plaintiff proposed "a slice of data that has a file descriptor," while defendant suggested "the collection of data stored in a directory and accessed by a file name for editing and saving." The court construed the term as "an item containing a single slice of data that has an identifier that is recognizable by a file system." Judge Tigar found that Microsoft's proposal contains limitations not required by the claims, improperly narrowing the claim scope.
colinhy
18/8/2014
08:50
Well look I have created a new thread for all for willi food GLA Just search for thread using new ticker BDS
envirovision
18/8/2014
08:16
They don't sell in the UK but it's shocking non the less.
waterloo01
17/8/2014
22:36
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-2727266/Sainsbury-s-strips-kosher-food-shelves-fear-attacks-anti-Israeli-protesters.html
moneyman18
17/8/2014
08:13
16 August 2014 Summary Israeli Willi-Food is a ridiculously cheap food company trading at 4.5x EV/EBIT and 0.9x P/B despite consistent profitability. At $7.3, the shares trade at a small discount to the company's net-net value, including non-current liabilities. A rare sight for such a profitable company. The company has no debt and $63 million in cash, constituting nearly 70% of the company's market capitalization. A recent buyout of the ageing management has been carried out at multiple times the company's current market value. In this article, I will introduce the reader to a very interesting little Israeli company called G. Willi-Food International Ltd. (NASDAQ:WILC) - from hereon referred to as "WF". I have followed the company for a long time and now I think it is time to publish my thoughts about this company. There has been a couple of interesting articles regarding WF on SA before, but I hope that this article can bring some new insight on this case as well. WF is a compelling investment opportunity for the patient and long-term investor. The company has a minor presence in the US and in Europe, thus one must hope that they find a worthy acquisition for their international expansion, since too much cash can be a bad thing as well. In the webcast for Q4 2013, the management strongly hinted that the company would find a takeover candidate in 2014. It is also of chief importance that the partnership with Granovsky evolves smoothly and that he can help WF to expand its business. Perhaps he is considering to buy the whole company? Who knows. Moreover, there seems to be a considerable margin of safety regarding the worth of their assets and the low price of their operations. The cheap valuation can be caused by the fact that it is a small unknown Israeli company, it is not investment potential for most institutions or perhaps most people see it as a little risky stock in an emerging market. However, the upside potential seems to far outweigh the downside risk at current levels. A particularly interesting deal has taken place in 2013 which further indicates that WF is a bargain at its current price. The company is, as mentioned before, run by the two Jewish brothers, Zwi and Joseph Willinger. The brothers own together 58% of Willi-Food Investments Ltd. - a holding company listed on the stock exchange in Tel-Aviv. This holding company owns 58% of WF. WF seems to be the only cash generating unit within Willi-Food Investments Ltd. In the beginning of March this year, the brothers chose to sell their 58% share in Willi-Food Investments Ltd. to another holding company called Emblaze Ltd. Emblaze is run by the Ukrainian billionaire Alexander Granovsky, who the Willinger brothers know very well. Granovsky is known to be an international business man in contrast to the two brothers, and the primary reason why the brothers chose to sell was probably that they saw WF's international adventure in better hands with Granovsky, who has shown a strong interest in the Israeli food industry. Zwi announced in the company's webcast for Q4 2013 that Granovsky had presented the brothers with 3 possible takeover candidates on the US market. However, they have not published any further news regarding a possible acquisition in 2014. HTTP://seekingalpha.com/article/2428905-willi-food-a-ridiculously-cheap-food-company
colinhy
15/8/2014
19:28
W know that the company uses Options, So they are happier if the share price falls, They are covered
moneyman18
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