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Little diversified solar panel/medical device/semi chip maker Spire Corp announced earlier this week that it received another turnkey solar panel production line from its Spanish client Fluitecnik SA.
One of my favorite Pioneers reported a wider loss for full-year 2007, hurt by warranty replacement costs and higher research and development expenses, despite higher revenues.
Several Portfolio companies have announced news worth repeating. Here's a quick update on where these plays stand.
Two other newsworthy items have come across the wires on Motorola today.
News just came across the wire that Altairnano CEO Alan Gotcher has resigned. I have a call into his office and the company’s PR chief to get more information.
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.