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Two of my Pioneers are getting some positive attention that bodes well for their stock prices and their businesses.
Four of my Pioneers are making headlines with recent earnings numbers, globally expanding business, cutting-edge advances and R&D growth, respectively.
The Minneapolis Grain Exchange (MGE) is the nation’s smallest commodity exchange. The MGE has only one actively traded commodity futures contract: spring wheat.
Although the general tech sector is experiencing increased volatility, it’s not as manic as it was a few weeks ago. That’s encouraging.
Motorola CEO Greg Brown assumed direct control of Motorola's handset business after the company said it was mulling whether or not it should sell the unit.
iRobot is on the verge of creating the grail of robotics with its next generation of machines.
Altairnano announced to today that the it just landed a $2.5 million contract with the US Navy for backup power systems for naval applications.
A couple news items on QinetiQ reiterate the strong position the company’s North American operations are building.
As noted last week, pSivida announced its results from the Phase IIa drug trials for pancreatic cancer that it's working through with its nanobio delivery system BrachySil. And things are looking very good.
The long knives have been out for Motorola for a while now, and this swooning market hasn’t helped either. Yesterday, the company released its fourth quarter earnings, and those numbers reflect why a new CEO started day one of first quarter 2008.