TINY - Harris & Harris Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:TINY)

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questi sono peggio di un serpente a sonagli e non mollano l'osso :angry:
doppio minimo anche se il minimo di lungo periodo è a 1 dollarino, io ne ho pese ancora qualcuna....oramai faccio parte del board :D


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According to a Form 4 filing submitted with the SEC on Monday, Director W. Dillaway Ayres Jr. bought 3,358 shares on March 18 for $1.91 per share, boosting his overall holding to 62,446 shares. Moreover, Director Stacy R. Brandom snapped up 3,515 shares on the same day for $1.91 each, which lifted her stake to 24,199 shares. Charles E. Ramsey, a member of the company’s Board of Directors since 2002, purchased 3,200 shares at $1.91 apiece a little more than two weeks ago, increasing his ownership to 98,302 shares. 4,666 shares were acquired by Lead Independent Director Richard P. Shanley, who currently owns 77,229 shares. Last but not least, Director Phillip A. Bauman bought 2,861 units of common stock on March 18 at a price of $1.91 per share, increasing his holding to 78,839 units
NEW YORK, April 20, 2016 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Harris & Harris Group, Inc. (NASDAQ:TINY), an investor in transformative companies enabled by disruptive science, announced today that its Nominating Committee and Board of Directors have nominated Kevin Rendino for election to its Board of Directors at its upcoming Annual Meeting of Shareholders on June 7, 2016. Mr. Rendino was suggested to the company by one of its institutional shareholders, Lone Star Value Management, LLC.

Kevin Rendino is the President and CEO of RGJ Capital, LLC, a fund focused on investing in securities that are undervalued relative to the future true worth of their underlying assets. Prior to this, Mr. Rendino served as Portfolio Manager and Managing Director at BlackRock, Inc., where he was head of the Basic Value Equity Group ($10 to $13 billion in assets), as well as being a member of BlackRock’s Leadership Committee. Mr. Rendino joined BlackRock in 2006, following its merger with Merrill Lynch Investment Managers. His career began with Merrill Lynch in 1988, where he held various roles, including Managing Director, Portfolio Manager and heading the Basic Value Group. A well-respected member of the investment community, Mr. Rendino has been a frequent contributor to CNBC, Bloomberg TV, Fox Business and other financial newspapers and magazines, including the New York Times and the Wall Street Journal. Since 2014, Mr. Rendino has been Board Chair of Partners for Health, a public charity based in Montclair, NJ. The Foundation’s focus areas include: hunger and homelessness; policy and environmental changes that promote healthy people in healthy places; aging in our communities and mental health. Partners for Health has awarded grants totaling more than $7 million to 60 organizations, congregations, school districts and municipalities. He joined the Board in 2011. Mr. Rendino received his BS in Finance with high honors from the Carroll School of Management at Boston College.

“Kevin has demonstrated success investing in undervalued securities and realizing value in these investments. We believe this experience will be valuable for Harris & Harris Group and its investors,” said Douglas Jamison, Chief Executive Officer of Harris & Harris Group. “Additionally, he brings relevant experience related to our focus on precision health and the changing healthcare system.”

"I am delighted to join the Board of Harris & Harris Group. The Company has the necessary components to create significant value for all its shareholders, and I look forward to working with its Board and management team to realize this value,” said Kevin Rendino. "Over my nearly 30 years of investing, I have consistently been an advocate for management teams and boards being aligned with its shareholders. To that end, and in compliance with the Company’s policies and procedures, I intend to make open market purchases of Harris & Harris Group stock over the ensuing 18 months.”
è su un break, a breve cambierà nome da TINY a TURN
oggi bella news....okkio


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