Fri, Mar 08, 2013 12:00 – Net Element International, Inc. (NETEW: Grey Market) – Venue Change – The symbol, NETEW, no longer trades on OTC Link. As of Fri, Mar 08, 2013, NETEW trades on Grey Market. You may find a complete list of venue changes at otcmarkets.com.
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Many things in the modern world encourage the infantalisation of adults, but the cult of personalisation is among the worst of all
There comes a point in every gal’s life when she has to ask herself: what would Karl Marx think of my bank card? Would he admire its bright colours? Its snazzy fonts? Or would he view it as the very epitome of commodity fetishism?
This point will probably come when you see a particular TV advert, one that will, in all likelihood, make you mutter: “My God, end of days!”
End of Days adverts are a very special breed of advert. They are not merely bad (most adverts are bad because they treat the public like idiots); they convey something very worrying about the times in which we live. Other End of Days adverts include, in no particular order: Tiffany from EastEnders talking about her digestion in a chair hanging on a chain; a dancing Gavin Henson promoting online bingo; Peter Schmeichel playing an accordion for the benefit of bacon sales; and any “Trojan personal massage” adverts you might see in the US, if you get lucky. Or not, as the case may be when it comes to “personal massages”. These adverts present the greatest argument there is that Darwinism is a myth.
But this particular advert is, I believe, the endingest day of all. Never mind Kevin – we need
U.S. companies are having to cope with an estimated tax bill of $100M following the Commerce Department’s imposition in May of provisional antidumping duties of 31%-250% on Chinese-made solar panels and making the tariffs retroactive by 90 days. The companies are pinning their hopes on the department or ITC overturning the retroactive element of the taxes. Post your comment!
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ROUND ROCK, Tex. (TheStreet) — Dell is the latest tech heavyweight to reverse its stance on dividends, announcing plans for a quarterly payment beginning in the third quarter of the current fiscal year.
The no. 2 PC maker expects the initial dividend rate to be 32 cents per share per year, or 8 cents per share quarterly. Based on Dell’s Monday closing price of $11.86, the dividend yield would be 2.7%. Dell announced its dividend plans after market close on Tuesday.
“The payment of a quarterly cash dividend to Dell’s shareholders adds another element to our disciplined capital allocation strategy,” said Brian Gladden, Dell’s CFO, in the company’s statement. …
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3D International releases newest version of patent pending Chromatic Light Deflector 3D Optical element display device in a detachable form branded as VisuZ CLD with 2nd generation Intel Core Processors native support .
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