Blog back to homepage

Stocks Creep Higher on No Economic Data, Greek Hopes(0)

In New York, stocks drifted modestly higher Wednesday as investors remain focused on Greece, where the government is scrambling to secure more bailout funds and avoid a default. Read More

Watch Emmanuel Kelly Audition on The X Factor and Put Stocks Away for a Moment(0)

The markets may be a big part of our day to day lives, but those of us in the industry always remind each other to take a moment, appreciate your family and friends, and realize that there are so many other things in this world other than just work. Thank you to Michael McCarthy from QualityStocks for sharing this with us. This kid’s story is incredible and - if nothing else - should help everyone stop for a moment and keep their life in perspective. The video has gotten more than Read More

AVIX in Talks with Helpful Technologies for Licensing Deal(0)

AVIX Technologies, Inc. (Pink Sheets:AVIX), a Toronto-based company focused on identifying potential acquisitions and joint venture opportunities, disclosed this morning that it has entered negotiations with Helpful Technologies, a privately-held software developer of Intellectual Property technologies and technology solutions, with anticipations of penning Read More

TurkPower Receives Title Transfer for $20 Million in Coking Coal(0)

NYC-based TurkPower Corporation (OTCBB:TRKP) has completed the title transfer of 180,000 metric tonnes of high-grade coking coal to its wholly-ownded subsidiary Sibcoal Commodities Trading Corporation.  The company hopes to sell the complete inventory at FOB spot price in the first quarter of 2012.  The estimated price is in excess of $20 million. Read More

End of Trading Day Update: Stocks Rebound from Sluggish Start(2)

On Wall Street, stocks moved higher Tuesday, erasing earlier losses, amid hopes that Greece is nearing a deal to secure more bailout money. Read More

Longhai Steel Undervalued and Outpacing its Higher-Priced Peers(0)

The global steel industry experienced a slowdown for several years before ramping upward again in 2009. According to the World Steel Association, global crude steel production in 2011 reached 1,527 megatonnes for the full year, a 6.8% increase compared to 2010. A huge, but concentrated industry, a few majors, such as ArcelorMittal (NYSE:MT) and US Steel (NYSE:X) have been providing the lion’s share of steel to the automakers like Ford (NYSE:F) and Toyota Motor Corp. (NYSE:TM) for years. The sheer magnitude of the $430 billion steel industry, however, leaves incredible upside for relatively ignored companies, such as Longhai Steel Inc. (OTCBB:LGHS), a China-based producer of high-quality steel wire. Read More

Houston Texans, CommerceTel Prove Content and Engagement is King(0)

Those in advertising and marketing know the power of engagement and content in today’s digital world.  Countless companies are vying for the attention of potential customers making it a tough space to get – and keep – the focus of the target demographic.  With some creative thinking for its marketing campaigns and the use of technologies provided by CommerceTel Corporation (OTCBB:MFON), the Houston Texans Read More

Wal-Mart to Combat Target’s Move into Canada with $750 Million in Expansions(0)

With U.S. discount rival Target Corp. (NYSE:TGT) slated to commence major initiatives to develop a presence in Canada, Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. (NYSE:WMT) is planning to spend more than $750 million this fiscal year in expansions in the country itself. Read More

Xstrata and Glencore Agree to Merger Terms, Shareholders Disagree with Deal(0)

The discussion talks were confirmed last week by Xstrata PLC (LSE:XTA, Pink Sheets:XSRAY) that it and Glencore International PLC (LSE:GLEN) were considering a merger, although careful to say that no assurance was given that a deal would ever materialize.  This morning, that deal came public with the two industry giants agreeing to merge in an all-share deal that would create a $90 billion natural resources behemoth. Read More

Verizon and Coinstar Team as New Competitors to Netflix(0)

Netflix Inc. (NASDAQ:NFLX) took their fair share of lumps in 2011 which sent their price tumbling to $60 a share, only to seem to pull it back together and rebound to more than a double for savvy bottom feeders.  The company was back in the news today, but not for its own doings, but because of the fact the Verizon Communications Inc. (NYSE:VZ), the second largest phone carrier in the U.S., and Coinstar Inc. (NASDAQ:CSTR), the parent company to movie rental kiosk company Redbox Read More

Stay Informed

Receive the OTCS Newsletter *


* required

Dana-Farber to Host Cellceutix Trials

Cellceutix Corporation (CTIX)
Cellceutix Corporation has filed its Investigational New Drug application with the FDA. Dana-Farber and Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center will be hosting the clinical trials for Kevetrin, Cellceutix's novel cancer drug. Read more news and get a stock quote.

Diabetes Rate Growing Exponentially

According to the International Diabetes Federation, more than 500 million people will be diagnosed with diabetes in the next two decades, a more than 50 percent increase from today. Technologies are available presently to help manage the frequency, complications and costs associated with diabetes. Read the complete article to learn more.

Contacts and information

Have an opinion or news that you want to share?

Social networks

Most popular categories

© 2011 Viper Enterprises, LLC. All rights reserved.