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Thu, Feb. 4, 12:48 PM
Thu, Feb. 4, 9:19 AM
- Gainers: VHC +89%. GLUU +21%. OCLS +18%. WFT +12%. ATNY +11%. SEDG +11%. PETX +10%. SVA +9%. ING +9%. TTWO +8%. SBH +8%. GRUB +7%. VALE +7%. HMY +7%. CDNS +6%. CDE +6%. SBGL +6%. GSH +5%. AUY +5%. VIAB +5%. RIO 5%.
- Losers: PPP -16%. KSS -15%. GPRO -15%. IMPV -13%. CS -13%. PACB -13%. RL -9%. AZN -7%.
Wed, Feb. 3, 5:15 PM
- "Correction - $VHC - the additional damages number is $290M+ putting the total number at $625M+," says Markman Advisors. The firm previously reported a damages figure of $544.7M for an infringement verdict in VirnetX's (NYSEMKT:VHC) Texas suit against Apple.
- Bloomberg reports a figure of $625.6M - $334.9M in royalties for older versions of Apple's VPN on Demand, and $290.7M for other infringements. Odds are high Apple will appeal. (jury verdict form)
- VirnetX is now trading at $9.05 after hours.
Wed, Feb. 3, 4:49 PM
- A Texas jury has reportedly awarded VirnetX (NYSEMKT:VHC) $544.7M in an infringement suit against Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL). Apple is reportedly ruled to have willfully infringed all asserted claims.
- VirnetX, crushed in 2014 after an appeals court ruled against the company in a case against Apple, has soared to $8.29 after hours. Shares rose 29.8% in regular trading ahead of the news.
- Last month: VirnetX soars after new Apple suit ruling
- Update (5:17PM ET): Markman Advisors has adjusted its reported damages figure to $625M+. Bloomberg reports a figure of $625.6M.
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Tue, Jan. 12, 12:41 PM
Tue, Jan. 12, 11:23 AM
- VirnetX (NYSEMKT:VHC) states the Eastern Texas federal court handling its infringement suit against Apple has "issued a comprehensive order with rulings on all of the pending Daubert and Dispositive motions, filed by both parties and pending before the court."
- Jury selection and trial for the case, which included the remanded portions of a civil action case against Cisco, begins on Jan. 25.
- Shares have jumped a day after closing just $0.05 above a 52-week low of $1.95. They remain far below where they traded before VirnetX received an adverse appeals court ruling for its legal battle against Apple in Sep. 2014.
- 13M shares (29% of the float) were shorted as of Dec. 15.
Tue, Jan. 12, 9:15 AM
Dec. 1, 2015, 6:41 PM
- Beaten-down VirnetX (NYSEMKT:VHC) surged today on volume of 2.29M shares, far above a 3-month daily average of 277K. The IP licensing firm remains down 44% YTD.
- Yesterday afternoon, director Robert Short disclosed he bought nearly 7K shares via two recent purchases made at $2.70. They followed two 3K-share purchases previously made in November, and raise Short's stake to 63,381. CFO Richard Nance bought 3K shares on Nov. 16.
Dec. 1, 2015, 1:10 PM
Oct. 6, 2015, 12:20 PM
- VirnetX (VHC -0.8%) has hired Willard Thomas, formerly the VP of sales for networking hardware firm Celestix, to be its VP of worldwide sales. He'll report to CEO Kendall Larsen.
- In addition, two other sales execs - Mark McCoy and David Chung - have been hired from biosensor maker NeuroSky to respectively serve as regional VPs for Europe and Asia.
- The hires are aimed at boosting sales and growing OEM/ODM partnerships for VirnetX's Gabriel secure collaboration software suite and messaging tools, which launched in May.
Aug. 26, 2015, 7:21 PM
- Chairman/CEO Kendall Larsen discloses he bought 27.7K VirnetX (NYSEMKT:VHC) shares yesterday at $2.82, bringing his stake to 476,245. Director Robert Short bought 10K shares at $2.80, bringing his stake to 50,380. Larsen last bought shares in November 2014.
- The purchases come after VirnetX tumbled on Friday following news the company plans a stock offering. They rose 4.2% today as markets surged.
Aug. 24, 2015, 10:00 AM
- Among the biggest tech decliners as U.S. stocks tumble/see panic selling amid a global plunge in equities triggered by China/macro fears: SolarCity (SCTY -8.4%), Ambarella (AMBA -8.6%), SolarEdge (SEDG -7.9%), Fitbit (FIT -9.7%), Canadian Solar (CSIQ -10.2%), 21Vianet (VNET -15.7%), Yingli (YGE -14.4%), VirnetX (VHC -11.3%), and Digital Ally (DGLY -19.3%).
- Also off sharply: Rapid7 (RPD -7.5%), Shopify (SHOP -9.1%), Alliance Fiber (AFOP -12%), SuperCom (SPCB -10%), Luxoft (LXFT -7.3%), Box (BOX -14.7%), and Castlight (CSLT -13.8%).
- The Nasdaq has pared its opening-bell losses a bit. It's now down 4.6%, after starting off down 7.5%.
- See also: Premarket decliners, Chinese tech decliners, large-cap tech decliners
- Update (10:35AM ET): SolarEdge is now up 1.6%. Various other names have pared their losses some, but remain sharply lower.
- Update 2 (10:42AM ET): Add SolarCity to the ranks of rebounding stocks: Shares are now up 4.7%.
- Update 3 (12:29PM ET): The Nasdaq is now down just 0.3%. Ambarella, Fitbit, Rapid7, and Canadian Solar have also turned positive.
Aug. 21, 2015, 12:45 PM
VirnetX Holding Corp is an Internet security software and technology company with patented technology for secure communications. The Company's software and technology solutions, include its Secure Domain Name Registry and GABRIEL Connection Technology.
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