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Technology Stocks : divine interVentures, Inc. (DVIN) -- Ignore unavailable to you. Want to Upgrade?

To: M0NEYMADE who wrote (242)3/11/2006 6:13:55 AM
From: Glenn Petersen  Read Replies (1) | Respond to of 246
DVINQ up 80% yesterday. You could be right about the NEOF news, though it is hard to imagine that the husk of Divine actually has enough assets to leave anything for the current shareholders. The last 8-K filing was on November 3, 2004, and consisted of the schedules that were filed with the bankruptcy court detailing the September disbursements and receipts. The total disbursements were $2,556,971 and the receipts were only $208,644. Not too encouraging. It appears that they changed the name of the company to Enivid, Inc. in June 2004.