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To: Dexter Lives On who wrote (16843)5/10/2018 8:25:47 AM
From: Dexter Lives On
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RE:Quarterhill Announces First Quarter 2018 Financial Results

now we see why all the insider rats have headed for the exits..

just when you thought this sheet show couldn't possibly get any worse, they do it again...

i guess the two bills were wrong, this is not a $2 stock, it's going a lot lower than that....

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From: Dexter Lives On6/14/2018 8:14:07 AM
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....EPIC FAIL....

http://www.wilan.com/news/news-releases/news-release-details/2018/James-Jim-Skippen-to-Retire-from-Quarterhill-Management/default.aspx


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From: Dexter Lives On8/1/2018 10:21:14 PM
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Credit where due - WiLAN finally wins a court case vs. Apple. As an investor since 99, to say this is overdue would be the most severe of understatements.

Congrats to those involved with this successful litigation. Let's hope this creates a virtuous circle now that the company has real strength it can point to....

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WiLAN Provides Litigation UpdatePR Newswire

OTTAWA, Aug. 1, 2018

Jury Awards $145.1 Million in damages to WiLAN in Patent Suit against Apple

OTTAWA, Aug. 1, 2018 /PRNewswire/ - WiLAN Inc. ("WiLAN"), a Quarterhill Inc. company (TSX: QTRH) (NASDAQ: QTRH), today provided an update on ongoing litigation.

In a trial verdict rendered on August 1, 2018 in the United States District Court for the Southern District of California a jury awarded WiLAN $145.1 million in damages against Apple Inc. for infringement of WiLAN's US patent Nos 8,457,145 and 8,537,757.

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To: Dexter Lives On who wrote (16846)8/2/2018 9:14:16 AM
From: Dexter Lives On
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Dividend Hike

It's time to put the dividend back to 5 cents per share....


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To: Dexter Lives On who wrote (16847)8/5/2018 9:32:12 PM
From: Paul Lee
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Don't get your knickers in a bunch. Apple will appeal, there will be no money for at least 2 yrs without a settlement

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To: Paul Lee who wrote (16848)8/6/2018 5:08:47 AM
From: Dexter Lives On
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Shareholders have been dumped on for far, far too long. Skippen claims he's now going to look after shareholder interests, finally - well do it then, who's stopping him?

The cash is available now (+3.75 cents x 120M shares is quite affordable), so start paying it back to its owners. It's time for this company to walk the talk and cut the BS excuses for everything....

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To: Dexter Lives On who wrote (16849)8/26/2018 9:33:38 AM
From: Dexter Lives On
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This company has a long history of finding creative ways of rewarding insiders and punishing shareholders.

Having changed strategies yet again, I haven't seen anything to suggest that they've changed their ways....

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From: Dexter Lives On11/21/2018 6:21:43 AM
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Apple's response makes it very clear that they will go to extreme lengths to spend their money on lawyers, not patent licenses....

stockhouse.com

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From: Dexter Lives On11/23/2018 1:19:57 PM
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Any new investor would do well to understand that this whole Quarterhill acquisition scheme was a face-saving exercise by Jim Skippen.

They kept touting how valuable the IP assets were without ever backing up the talk. In the end, the back broke on WiLAN earnings and business model.

Now in the name of stabilizing earnings, they go out and acquire two lame duck companies. Maybe the new manager can turn things around and actually run it like a business, but maybe (and given the company track record most likely) not.

I've been involved with the stock for almost 20 years and to me this looks like just more of the same - a company that is reliable in only one way - disappointing shareholders....

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From: Dexter Lives On12/11/2018 6:43:01 AM
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Cisco's hollow deal

Cisco have always been very smart about waiting until WiLAN is desperate before signing any licenses - they end up spending pennies on the dollar.

Bottom line: WiLAN had to give away a bunch of technology to Cisco, yet again, to get some PR and try to keep this sinking ship afloat.

Desperate is not a good position to negotiate from....

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