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Sector: Technology | Sub-Sector: Communication Equipment
Alternate Symbol(s):  WILN

Wi-Lan Inc develops, acquires, and licenses a range of intellectual property that drives products in communications and consumer electronics market, which includes wireless fidelity data over cable service, multi mode wireless, bluetooth and V-Chip.
Price: $2.88 | Change: $-0.01 | %Change: -0.35%
Volume: 139,737 | Day High/Low: 2.92/2.83 | 52 Week High/Low: 4.35/2.34
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RE:RE:Skippen takes the $$$$$$ and bails

If WIN does their home work, and they bring in a first class CEO, we could do very well. Even if they lose the Apple cases and if they cut out the dividends. WIN is still sitting on $100mil US in more
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RE:Skippen takes the $$$$$$ and bails

Indeed OinkingStinking we can see that he was in it for himself and the quick $$$$$$... As soon as he got his 8 Million payout he went to sleep at the switch and shareholders have pay dearly for more
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Skippen takes the $$$$$$ and bails

Instead of charting WIN a path to profitabiliry, Slick Jimmy fleeced away about as much as he could get, then bailed. Pretty pathetic.  rate and reply
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The PATENT Act will make the patent system worse

The Grassley PATENT Act will make our faltering patent system worse for innovators By Bob Krause on June 28, 2015 A few weeks ago, the PATENT Act, S.1137, was pushed through the more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Bought back in today

Hilarious story. You brag about being in a such a high tax bracket that you pay 50% tax.  Unfortunately, there is no tax bracket that high in Canada.  You complain that you will have to pay 50% more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Bought back in today

Thnx for the article redcoats. Interesting.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Re: Skippen retires......

My 2 cents worth (that would be my Win winnings):  (1) agree w Anschutz that sale of company unlikely; it's more a matter of dumping a CEO who hasn't delivered.  The only basis for sale more
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eligible dividends

wilan already paid the tax. So more tax credit for eligible dividends than normal dividends.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Bought back in today

Not very likely he's American. He has a TFSA. In any case, hopefully the following article will clear things up in the minds of those willing to read it: more
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Dividends in Canada.

Maybe these cats have never actually earned a dividend.  The most you pay in Ontario is 30%, and only if your in the highest tax bracket.  Some may pay just 20%. looks like some of the bashers more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:RE:Bought back in today

Not sure there is a 50% tax bracket in Canada -- maybe if you're way up there. Also you do get a "dividend tax credit" which should make it tougher to get it up to 50% -- again, maybe if you're more
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RE:Patent reform creates the new “anti-patent” troll

Could the anti patent troll not do the same to NPE'S and their patents? They could just start challenging all of wilan s patents for no reason while shorting their stock or a big tech company more
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RE:RE:RE:RE:Bought back in today

Which is 50% tax bracket. Hence the dividends are taxed at 50%.  rate and reply
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Patent reform creates the new “anti-patent” troll

Innovators beware! Patent reform creates the new “anti-patent” troll Bradley Arant Boult Cummings LLP USA June 29 2015 Recent years have seen a wave of efforts to control more
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Does not matter who is representing WiLAN. Apple has Qualcomm to back them up. People need to understand the two cases WIN has vs Apple are DOA.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:RE:Bought back in today

The dividends themselves are not taxed at all. They are added to your personal income for the year, which, as a whole, is then taxed accordingly.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Bought back in today

Wilan's dividends aren't taxed at 50%. More like 25/30%.  rate and reply
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RE:RE:Our New Director of IR-Ana Raman

her linkedin profile also does not reflect that she works for wilan. It says she owns her oen business that partners with companies to provide strategic IR. IMO, she is on contract for a reason. more
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RE:RE:Bought back in today

If you live in Canada, dividends are NOT taxed anywhere near 50%.  rate and reply