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IDCC News: Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) 12/19/2014 04:23:47 PM
IDCC News: Successful Year for InterDigital's Innovation Partners 12/15/2014 09:00:00 AM
IDCC News: InterDigital's Innovation Partners Enters Into Research Agreement With Germany's IfU 12/15/2014 08:30:00 AM
IDCC News: InterDigital Principal Engineer Named IEEE Fellow 12/12/2014 08:30:00 AM
IDCC News: Statement of Changes in Beneficial Ownership (4) 11/13/2014 04:45:14 PM
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#393361  Sticky Note Upcoming 'legal' events for Interdigital as I see FISH21049 12/08/14 10:26:16 AM
#392981  Sticky Note Let's make it simple: Fog1937 12/02/14 10:38:12 AM
#382423  Sticky Note Sticky info: Analyst Reports, Rmarchma Reference Information, etc. postyle 02/21/14 03:45:14 PM
#354065   Agree gungrey. Same ole, same ole and nicmar 02/23/12 01:26:27 PM
#354064   A "screaming buy"...??? jeffree 02/23/12 01:14:04 PM
#354063   I thought so. :) MJPLIFE11 02/23/12 12:12:50 PM
#354062   LOL THAT'S THE PLURAL OF DIVIDEND! jjff 02/23/12 12:07:42 PM
#354061   IDCC We will darn sure see either a buyout mickeybritt 02/23/12 11:53:20 AM
#354060   I thought CC was the same as the Gungrey 02/23/12 11:33:21 AM
#354059   No I said all I had to say. dndodd 02/23/12 11:13:39 AM
#354058   The analysts have no balls, they asked a stant18946 02/23/12 11:11:10 AM
#354057   CAFC (Nothing today for InterDigital): FISH21049 02/23/12 11:02:57 AM
#354056   HTC and RIM estimated royalty for 2011 by quarter rmarchma 02/23/12 11:01:17 AM
#354055   With $500 million+ in the bank, the BOD FISH21049 02/23/12 10:38:21 AM
#354054   Hope the following questions are raised at the FISH21049 02/23/12 10:33:11 AM
#354053   Accumulate Accumulate up past $41 please. Hopefully one BoomandGloom 02/23/12 10:01:52 AM
#354050   Good Point! Hail Romuluss on that one. BoomandGloom 02/23/12 09:50:25 AM
#354049   InterDigital, Inc. (NASDAQ: IDCC) today announced that its Gungrey 02/23/12 09:47:36 AM
#354048   WHAT'S A DIVIDENT? MJPLIFE11 02/23/12 09:43:25 AM
#354047   MJPLIFE, A share buyback is a waist of money. romuluss 02/23/12 09:41:17 AM
#354045   dndodd ...then to paraphase ...we received no bids fandawg 02/23/12 09:40:28 AM
#354044   A bit softer reaction then I would have BoomandGloom 02/23/12 09:39:42 AM
#354043   what no one mentioned is that idcc resumed MJPLIFE11 02/23/12 09:30:13 AM
#354042   No and I didn't leave any words out. dndodd 02/23/12 09:21:32 AM
#354041   solid Beat... jeffree 02/23/12 09:05:25 AM
#354040   ARE YOU CONTRADICTING YOURSELF? fandawg 02/23/12 09:03:47 AM
#354039   Earnings beat? or not?? BoomandGloom 02/23/12 08:02:19 AM
#354038   IDCC 4Q Beats...??!...49c/shr EPS...$77 mln. revs... jeffree 02/23/12 07:57:59 AM
#354037   I don't believe his valuation is all that dndodd 02/23/12 07:14:54 AM
#354035   BoomandGloom They just signed a deal. This doesn't mean mickeybritt 02/23/12 06:57:15 AM
#354034   I understand your POV Mikey, but not getting BoomandGloom 02/23/12 06:49:30 AM
#354033   BoomandGloom I want IDCC to hold off on signing mickeybritt 02/23/12 06:45:22 AM
#354032   Nespresso is as mass market you get! In BoomandGloom 02/23/12 06:34:18 AM
#354031   Sierra Folks this is money no matter be it mickeybritt 02/23/12 06:27:58 AM
#354030   sjaym They do if their pitchers are pitching shutouts. mickeybritt 02/23/12 06:07:09 AM
#354029   Nespresso and IDCC!!! (Thanks to Sierra): BoomandGloom 02/23/12 04:18:53 AM
#354028   That's a great piece of research there. Good find. BoomandGloom 02/23/12 02:21:14 AM
#354027   Nok is only a $5.52 stock.. your post felix7 02/22/12 10:07:39 PM
#354026   Interesting. GBR 02/22/12 10:05:55 PM
#354025   Wow! IDCC formed an alliance with a $7.43 sjaym 02/22/12 10:02:22 PM
#354024   TO ALL, romuluss 02/22/12 09:39:22 PM
#354023   Thank you OldDog for that answer. Basically combi BoomandGloom 02/22/12 07:06:54 PM
#354022   BandG: Apple's comments are mostly a rehash olddog967 02/22/12 06:54:57 PM
#354021   OT...nokiashill...Being a fisherman, I can understand your statement. hock1 02/22/12 06:35:45 PM
#354020   a small fish can only eat smaller fish nokiashill 02/22/12 06:31:21 PM
#354019   Apple's argument makes total sense: (thanks Nicmar for BoomandGloom 02/22/12 06:15:04 PM
#354018   Hey hock, I suppose you're right, but does nicmar 02/22/12 05:27:51 PM
#354017   Nic...Certainly you must know by now that before- hock1 02/22/12 05:23:51 PM
#354015   Right zip. Shades of son's pnokia. .. nicmar 02/22/12 05:18:08 PM
#354014   Well dang!! We get a 4g license nicmar 02/22/12 05:16:27 PM
#354013   Apple enters this arena with "dirty hands". They ziploc_1 02/22/12 05:15:57 PM
#354012   From 9-9-9 to 7-7-7; 7G for 7 cents The_Net 02/22/12 04:49:37 PM
#354011   Ok ellis and amc. I think I nicmar 02/22/12 04:38:07 PM
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