We've detected that you're using an ad content blocking browser plug-in or feature. Ads provide a critical source of revenue to the continued operation of Silicon Investor.  We ask that you disable ad blocking while on Silicon Investor in the best interests of our community.  If you are not using an ad blocker but are still receiving this message, make sure your browser's tracking protection is set to the 'standard' level.
Any info about Iomega (IOM)?
An SI Board Since October 1995
Posts SubjectMarks Bans Symbol
58324 46 0 IOM
Emcee:  Franco Forghieri Type:  Unmoderated
Iomega is booming here in germany with the Zip drive. Some people say the share price is too high. What happens when the next product (1 Gb removable drive) hit the market? Any comments?
Previous 25 | Next 25 | View Recent | Post Message
Go to reply# or date (mm/dd/yy):
ReplyMessage PreviewFromRecsPosted
58324I am using them: See: Message 33645398SI Ron (Crazy Soup Man)-January 4
58323RIP Iomega (1980-2008), one of the precursors to the late 90s tech bubble. The Brendan201216/30/2012
58322AUGUST 24, 13:27 EDT Iomega Trying to Revive Zip Drives wire.ap.orgcalgal-8/24/2001
58321Dunn was wrong to push Bruce so hard. This man...what can anyone say <i>D.J.Smyth-5/22/2001
58320<i>To replace the floppy a zip disk need to cost less then $1.50 (the pricZakrosian-5/22/2001
58319<I>I don't follow IOM that closely (nor, apparently does anyone else oPacing The Cage-5/22/2001
58318Easy statement to make ... but I don't think a valid one ... Zip is just toorlev-5/22/2001
58317Doesn't seem to be a real positive - I don't follow IOM that closely (noZakrosian-5/21/2001
58316Come on guys ... the president quits and not a post! Iomegrlev-5/21/2001
58315No wonder the stock is not moving,- The company acts like it is dead. Try their Alfred W. Post-3/14/2001
58314 John, I understand he's still wreaking havoc with the Motley Fool Iomega tTom Carroll-6/27/2000
58313 Keith, I don't know whether they're a takeover target or not. I do knoTom Carroll-6/27/2000
58312 Thank god, I couldn't believe mine eyes. Good luck w/ IOM it surely has noJohn Solder-6/26/2000
58311 Something strange is happening to IOM. I don't see any options for any othKeith A Walker-6/26/2000
58310 John, No, no, that's a message from The Unspeakable One from May of 1999, Tom Carroll-6/26/2000
58309 Damn what a timewarp. I look back to the good old IOM thread after several monJohn Solder-6/26/2000
58308 Back around Sep. 29 Iomega hit a bottom, then it rose only to fall to a lower bArnieC-3/23/2000
58307 Generally a "double bottom" means it took two times for the shakeout ArnieC-3/23/2000
58306 >>To TA's: It looks like a major double bottom has formed. What'sRocky Reid-12/17/1999
58305 To TA's: It looks like a major double bottom has formed. What's the intBryce Elkins-11/17/1999
58304 Welcome back, Fido. Although I really don't know why you decided to buy IRocky Reid-5/19/1999
58303 Thank you, Ken. One thing I'm doing is using Power E*Trade, which allows mFrancis Muir-5/19/1999
58302 FIDO! Welcome back. But don't worry about your lost ass. It survivedBen Antanaitis-5/19/1999
58301 Welcome back Fido! Long time no see (hear? Whatever, I hope you not Pacing The Cage-5/19/1999
58300 While the street consensus is a solid HOLD, I notice that the price of IOM is Francis Muir-5/19/1999
Previous 25 | Next 25 | View Recent | Post Message
Go to reply# or date (mm/dd/yy):