GetSwift shares plunge more than 50 per cent after trading halt Written on the 19 February 2018 by Ben Hall At the market open on Monday, GSW shares plunged 57 per cent from $2.92 to $1.25 as investors sold out of the stock following a turbulent period for the logistics software company. GetSwift has been in a trading halt since January 22 and requested the suspension of share trading until it responds to queries about compliance and reporting.
Written on the 15 February 2018 by Ben HallListed real estate business McGrath (ASX: MEA) says it has "further information" and is seeking "urgent clarification" from founder John McGrath over media reports he has $16.2 million in gambling debts. McGrath shares were placed in a trading halt on Thursday as outgoing CEO Cameron Judson said further updates would be contingent on John McGrath providing further information on the allegations.
Look to the sky and build flying cars not "sucky" roads, says Steve Baxter Written on the 13 February 2018 by Ben Hall Baxter, an investor who is also one of the 'sharks' on the hit show Shark Tank, says the idea of flying cars as our main mode of transport is not far fetched, and not that far away, especially if investment money and entrepreneurial effort is redirected towards solving the problems of road infrastructure which is choking due to heavy loads. "We have to stop building roads.
Remarkable interviewing these two men. Ron Hammer (left) murdered the father of Phillip Robinson (right with glasses). They have now written a book about forgiveness. Their journey is told in Forgiveness in the First Degree. @NC5_PLUS#IssuesOfFaithhttps://t.co/mirE3hTfMj
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Selecting a term
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Phrases (e.g. "cloud computing") — use quotes to keep the terms together
Twitter handles (e.g. @username) — returns those who have mentioned or replied to
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Bio details (e.g. vegan, Olympics, father)
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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