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Business Description

Liquidmetal Technologies is the leading developer of bulk alloys and composites that utilize the performance advantages offered by amorphous alloy technology. Amorphous alloys are unique materials that are distinguished by their ability to retain a random structure when they solidify, in contrast to the crystalline atomic structure that forms in ordinary metals and alloys. Liquidmetal Technologies is the first company to produce amorphous alloys in commercially viable bulk form, enabling significant improvements in products across a wide array of industries.


Board of Directors

Abdi Mahamedi - Chairman

Abdi Mahamedi is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Carlyle Development Group of Companies (CDG) which develops and manages residential and commercial properties in the United States on behalf of investors worldwide. Abdi Mahamedi is a graduate of The University of Pennsylvania where he received both his B.S.E. & M.S.E. degrees in Civil and Structural Engineering. He was a founder and director of Emanuel Land Company, a subsidiary of Emanuel & Company, a Wall Street investment banking firm. His responsibilities with CDG include the evaluation and supervision of all investment activities and management personnel.
 

Bob Howard-Anderson - Director

Bob Howard-Anderson joined the Board of Directors on January 31, 2013. Mr. Howard-Anderson served as President and CEO of Occam Networks, a leading provider of broadband access solutions, from May 2002 until it was acquired by Calix Inc. in February 2011. He was previously Vice President of Product Operations at Procket Networks from 2000 to 2002, where he was responsible for R&D, Product Management and Manufacturing Operations. He also served as a Vice President of Engineering at Sun Microsystems, responsible for developing and introducing a broad portfolio of products. He earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Electrical Engineering with a Physics concentration from Tufts University.
 

Ricardo Salas - Director

Ricardo Salas began serving as Liquidmetal Technologies Executive Vice President on December 1, 2008. He previously served as our Chief Executive Officer and President from December 30, 2005 through October 8, 2006. Mr. Salas also served as a Board member of the Company from April 1995 to May 2003. From January 2000 through June 2005, Mr. Salas served as Chief Executive Officer of iLIANT Corporation, an information technology and outsourcing service firm in the health care industry. He currently serves as a director of VillageEDOCS, a technology company providing software-as-a-service to the financial services, healthcare and various industries, a director with the MED 3000Group, and a director of the public company CyberDefender. Mr. Salas received a B.A. degree in Economics from Harvard College in 1986.


Scott Gillis - Director

Mr. Gillis is currently a Senior Vice President, Finance, of SunAmerica Financial Group, specializing in retirement savings and investment product services. In addition, Scott Gillis serves on the boards of directors of five additional insurance companies including, Western National Life Insurance, Variable Annuity Life Insurance, SunAmerica Life Insurance, SunAmerica Annuity and Life Insurance, and First SunAmerica Life
Insurance Company. Gillis began his career at SunAmerica Life as Director of Audit and worked through the ranks becoming CFO in 2004. In 2011 he was named a Senior Vice President of the SunAmerica Financial Group. Mr. Gillis has also served in managerial financial positions with Price Waterhouse and Company, Siemens Energy and Automation and Integrated Circuits, along with memberships in several CPA organizations nationwide.

Richard Sevcik - Director

Richard Sevcik joined Liquidmetal Technologies’ board of directors in June 2013. Sevcik is currently president of Sevcik Consulting, a provider of consulting services to leading semiconductor companies. He currently serves on the board of directors of Alpha Omega Semiconductors, a NASDAQ-listed leader in the power semiconductor market. He previously served on the board of directors at SiliconBlue Technologies from 2008 until its acquisition by Lattice Semiconductor in 2011. Prior to SiliconBlue, Sevcik served as executive vice president and board member at Xilinx, a billion dollar supplier of programmable logic devices, where he was instrumental in driving the company’s quarterly revenue from $135 million to more than $470 million.Sevcik has also held various management positions at Hewlett Packard ranging, from general manager of HP’s business computing client server systems, to group general manager responsible for five divisions, several billion dollars in revenue and 2,000 employees. He also held various positions with Bell Northern Research (now Nortel Networks) and Bell Laboratories. Sevcik has authored two books, “Character Plus Common Sense” and “Self-Talk at Work.” He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering physics from the University of Illinois and a Master’s degree in electrical engineering from Northwestern University.


Tom Steipp - Director

Thomas Steipp is a senior executive with a 30 year track record of leading and transforming global technology companies. He is a proven, results-oriented leader with a history of successfully optimizing teams, operations and processes to maximize earnings and build shareholder value. As President and Chief Executive Officer of Symmetricom, Inc. (SYMM) from 1998 through 2009, Mr. Steipp led this 1100-employee public corporation through a strategic transformation from a technology holding company model into an advanced telecommunications hardware centered business. Prior to Symmetricom, Mr. Steipp was the Vice President and General Manager of Broadband Data Networks at Scientific-Atlanta, Inc. Mr. Steipp graduated from the United States Air Force Academy with a B.S. in Electrical Engineering and earned a M.B.A. from Purdue University.


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Management:

Thomas Steip - President and CEO

Paul Hauck - VP World-Wide Sales and Support

Jan Kajuch - Director of Research

Ricardo Salas - Executive Vice President

David Choi - Senior Vice President Manufacturing

Won (Tony) Chung - Chief Financial Officer

Kim Cort, Finance Manager

Dennis Ogawa - Vice President Industrial Relations

Sean Okeeffe - Solutions Engineer

Otis Buchanan - VP Investor Relations, Media Relations

Angela Lopez - Corporate Secretary


 

 

Recent SEC Filings

Form Type Received Period Ending Size Report
4 Mar 6, 2014 Mar 4, 2014 11.5 KB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
424B3 Mar 5, 2014   1.7 MB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
10-K Mar 5, 2014 Dec 31, 2013 4.2 MB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
4 Mar 3, 2014 Feb 27, 2014 11.5 KB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
EFFECT Feb 12, 2014   1.8 KB PDF    RTF    HTML   
424B3 Feb 11, 2014   2.5 MB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
S-1/A Feb 10, 2014   6.0 MB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
8-K Feb 10, 2014 Feb 5, 2014 21.1 KB PDF    RTF    HTML   
4 Feb 7, 2014 Feb 6, 2014 8.3 KB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
S-1/A Jan 29, 2014   6.0 MB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
S-1 Dec 5, 2013   684.5 KB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
D Nov 19, 2013   10.8 KB PDF    RTF    HTML   
8-K Nov 12, 2013 Nov 8, 2013 919.7 KB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
10-Q Nov 8, 2013 Sept 30, 2013 2.0 MB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
8-K Nov 1, 2013 Nov 1, 2013 27.3 KB PDF    RTF    HTML   
8-K Oct 28, 2013 Oct 24, 2013 88.8 KB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
8-K Sept 17, 2013 Sept 13, 2013 57.8 KB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS
4 Sept 13, 2013 Sept 12, 2013 5.8 KB PDF    RTF    HTML    XLS


Financial Reporting/Disclosure
Reporting Status U.S. Reporting: SEC Filer
Audited Financials Audited
Latest Report Dec 31, 2013 10-K
CIK 0001141240
Fiscal Year End 12/31
OTC Marketplace OTCQB
Profile Data
SIC - Industry Classification 2800 - Chemicals & Allied Products
Incorporated In: DE, USA
Year of Inc. 1987
Employees 20 a/o Sep 30, 2012
Service Providers
Auditor/Accountant
SingerLewak LLP
10960 Wilshire Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA, 90024
United States
 
Legal Counsel
Not Available
Investor Relations Firm
Liolios Group, Inc.
20371 Irvine Ave
Newport Beach, CA, 92660
United States
 
LQMT Security Details
Share Structure
Market Value1 $116,948,204 a/o Mar 05, 2014
Shares Outstanding 381,092,940 a/o Feb 28, 2014
Float 134,814,406 a/o Dec 17, 2012
Authorized Shares 700,000,000
Par Value No Par Value
Shareholders
Shareholders of Record 100 a/o Feb 26, 2013
Short Selling Data
Short Interest 837,273 (14.25%)
Feb 14, 2014
Significant Failures to Deliver No
Transfer Agent(s)
American Stock Transfer & Trust Company





 

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#54087  Sticky Note Liquidmetal Technologies and the University of Southern California rechnerhand 06/09/14 04:04:59 PM
#53762  Sticky Note US Patent Collection for: OpinionEMA 06/02/14 10:07:04 PM
#53484  Sticky Note Liquidmetal Technologies Demonstrates Material Performance In Collaboration w GaryJPalys 05/31/14 07:14:09 AM
#47903  Sticky Note Off Topic....Deletions Seminole Red 03/09/14 02:45:33 PM
#56449   Well, fools and crooks are relative terms ...... Eagle1947 07/26/14 10:53:20 AM
#56448   gorgol, I agree that hydrogen has a chance, AliAz 07/26/14 09:37:57 AM
#56447   "LQMT was managed by fools and crooks..." Jollymon1958 07/26/14 09:31:14 AM
#56446   "Well, most of that decade, from what I ZombieSecurityAgent 07/26/14 08:38:41 AM
#56445   Well, most of that decade, from what I gorgol 07/26/14 08:27:47 AM
#56444   Like times 10! The most beneficial contribution explaining ZombieSecurityAgent 07/26/14 08:10:30 AM
#56443   "Just another thought." Why? None of the other thoughts ZombieSecurityAgent 07/26/14 08:03:40 AM
#56442   Inefficiency. ZombieSecurityAgent 07/26/14 08:02:25 AM
#56441   Some are sitting on pins and needles waiting Jollymon1958 07/26/14 08:00:03 AM
#56440   Just another thought. About the NASA, LQMT gorgol 07/26/14 05:48:58 AM
#56439   When the compressed air expanded it would become vyper4 07/26/14 04:51:28 AM
#56438   LQMT may become big. Fuel cells may become poop deck pappy 07/25/14 10:56:50 PM
#56437   poop deck pappy 07/25/14 10:55:51 PM
#56436   Im all loaded up. I did buy some gorgol 07/25/14 10:25:17 PM
#56435   gorgol, that pretty much sums it up. AliAz 07/25/14 07:22:02 PM
#56434   You get it. I know metallurgy, LM will Detodog 07/25/14 06:23:14 PM
#56433   Where is my $0.35/share. I want my $0.35. funkjt 07/25/14 04:59:37 PM
#56432   No but I marked your post where you Stocksgreen 07/25/14 03:13:17 PM
#56431   It doesn't mean ANYTHING! tnyellowtomcat 07/25/14 03:09:56 PM
#56430   Good question Watts. Maybe the guy that predicted The Paraclete 07/25/14 02:21:47 PM
#56429   Gamesc, thanks for that funny article. http://www.cultofmac.com/55322/world The Paraclete 07/25/14 01:53:20 PM
#56428   You're welcome... gorgol 07/25/14 11:49:54 AM
#56427   If you don't believe in the technology that funkjt 07/25/14 11:47:16 AM
#56425   I also believe that APPLE is in total gorgol 07/25/14 08:03:35 AM
#56424   The ability to produce sheets of Liquid Metal gorgol 07/25/14 07:49:15 AM
#56423   Since AAPL is just now ramping up production vyper4 07/25/14 07:26:16 AM
#56422   You are correct and I agree with your poop deck pappy 07/24/14 11:23:49 PM
#56421   http://www.macrumors.com/2014/07/24/5-5-inch-iphone-flex-cable-parts/ jimmy1983 07/24/14 11:22:11 PM
#56420   Sounds like we may be in for a tmleads 07/24/14 11:16:42 PM
#56417   indeed Apple is not all, unless of course you AliAz 07/24/14 08:17:47 PM
#56416   I really don't have any opinion. watts_n_a_name 07/24/14 08:12:43 PM
#56415   Don't you find it a bit curious, too, Oracleof Omaha 07/24/14 08:04:17 PM
#56413   "With the delays mentioned in the F35 program AliAz 07/24/14 06:03:48 PM
#56411   At least the 3rd consecutive Q that MTRN's Oracleof Omaha 07/24/14 03:09:54 PM
#56410   I heard nothing at all relevant to Liquidmetal watts_n_a_name 07/24/14 02:41:47 PM
#56409   Two consecutive doji's. What does that mean for tomorrow? watts_n_a_name 07/24/14 01:11:14 PM
#56408   Update on lithium battery design: watts_n_a_name 07/24/14 12:43:27 PM
#56407   PERSONNEL CHANGE watts_n_a_name 07/24/14 12:24:59 PM
#56406   Aren't we supposed to be at 35 cents watts_n_a_name 07/24/14 12:16:19 PM
#56405   ISCGUY? Flubberfools? Rarefind? Watts? I have a few questions. ZombieSecurityAgent 07/24/14 11:54:20 AM
#56401   That is the most interesting post I have Froobie 07/24/14 11:19:13 AM
#56400   56400 Have the machines arrived yet? watts_n_a_name 07/24/14 11:15:09 AM
#56397   Furthermore, why do LQMT peeps instantly associate the ZombieSecurityAgent 07/24/14 10:27:08 AM
#56395   http://www.bio-key.com/news/a-look-at-the-iphone-6 ( JULY 24 ) Click on, VIEW vieraf 07/24/14 09:57:32 AM
#56394   Swatch Denies Report It Is Working With Apple OpinionEMA 07/24/14 09:49:43 AM
#56393   Yes, APPLE knows the horrendous mess that could gorgol 07/24/14 08:10:19 AM
#56389   Until now I would say apple had no jimmy1983 07/23/14 09:38:13 PM
#56388   I wonder if we are headed to a gorgol 07/23/14 09:24:31 PM
#56387   GOL.....only "time" will tell JohnnyTeeBone 07/23/14 09:09:14 PM
#56386   Wow...now THAT is interesting. All levels of watches. gorgol 07/23/14 07:56:42 PM
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