Is anyone keeping track of how much this company has lost over time?
I was unlucky enough to be a shareholder of "SGI 1.0" decades ago and it doesn't surprise me to see that the 2.0 version seems to be a similar sort of money burning machine!
SGI has pleased financial markets by losing significantly less for Q4 2015 than prognosticators had seen in their crystal balls. By turning a net loss of US$0.12 per share for the quarter (total of $4 million, non-GAPP, the iron-monger beat estimates of a much words $0.20 per share net loss (which would have amounted to $6.67 …
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