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Data Group Inc T.DGI

Sector: Industrials | Sub-Sector: Business Services
Alternate Symbol(s):  T.DGI.DB.A | DGPIF

Data Group Ltd provides document management and marketing solutions. The Company operates in the following segments: DATA East and West and Multiple Pakfold.
Price: $0.81 | Change: $0.00 | %Change: 0.00%
Volume: 0 | Day High/Low: N/A/N/A | 52 Week High/Low: 1.04/0.435
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RE:Options issued to Sifton?

Filing Date Transaction Date Insider Name Ownership Type Securities Nature of transaction Volume or Value Price Apr 29/15 Apr 16/15 Sifton, Michael Direct Ownership Options 00 - Opening more
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Options issued to Sifton?

Data Group didn`t have any stock options for management to my knowledge, so this is a bit surprising. A new plan? Approved by shareholders? Also, that is a fairly large percentage of more
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I wonder what price Sifton expects to eventually sell at?

If, upon completion of the rights offering, the number of common shares available to Mr. Sifton under the standby commitment is less than 1.75 million common shares, the company will issue and more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:rights offering

Obviously flat earnings and more shares means lower EPS. The argument I am making is that if one exercises the rights then their ownership of the total equity is unchanged so there is no dilution. more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:rights offering

if the earnings dont go up, the eps will go down by virtue of the fact that there are more shares. this is regardless if the current shareholders bought the new shares at a dscount or the co. more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:rights offering

Not exactly. It will be the stock price less the exercise price divided by 4. So at the current $0.82 they would be worth 6.5 cents and at $1.00 they would be worth 11 cents each intrinsically.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:rights offering

Thats exactly right. There is no dilution for shareholders who exercise their rights. We may hit $1 by the time the rights begin to trade. Thats $0.25 per right, freely trading  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:rights offering

I really don't buy into the dilution argument. If you put up the capital the you own the same amount of the company so you have not been diluted. I do think this was a means to an end in order to more
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RE:RE:RE:rights offering

A rights offering is a way out of a hard place.  Yes there is dilution.  But the existing shareholders gain the benefits of it, not some new guys.  Now my thoughts about a rights offering are (1) more
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RE:RE:rights offering

While this will help a bit their financial situation, the dilution on a per share basis is hard to swallow. I would have preferred them to squeeze through. Regarding the transaction, it should not more
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RE:RE:RE:Converts hit $82.50

From the press release: The Company has submitted an application to the TSX to approve the listing of the Rights and the Common Shares issuable upon the exercise of the Rights. Shareholders more
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RE:RE:Converts hit $82.50

Will there be a market made for the rights? any info?  rate and reply
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RE:Converts hit $82.50

Looking very good indeed. rights very soon  rate and reply
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Converts hit $82.50

Converts are perking up to 2 year highs. Clearly more confidence that the debt situation is under control or at the very least major shareholders are willing to put more equity in.  rate and reply
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Brampton, Ontario – April 16, 2015 - DATA Group Ltd. (“The DATA Group”, “DATA” or the “Company”) (TSX: DGI) announced today that Michael Suksi has stepped down as the Company’s President and more
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I remember reading a while back that if the ceo is terminated there is a $2,000,000 buy out.  rate and reply
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When did he leave?  rate and reply
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Event  Payment  Voluntary Termination for Good Reason following a Change of Control or Involuntary Termination without more
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Was he fired or quit. Big difference on severance package for Q2  rate and reply
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RE:rights offering

Its a very good move and a solid measure of the new CEO's confidence in the future. We get funds for ongoing transitioning and can pay down some debt. Confidence is something this stock has more