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K

Fifth letter of a Nasdaq stock symbol specifying the issue has no voting rights.

K

1. Shorthand for 1,000.

2. A symbol appearing next to a stock listed on NASDAQ indicating that the share being traded has no voting rights. All NASDAQ listings use a four letter abbreviation; if a K follows the abbreviation, this indicates that the share comes without voting rights attached to it.

K

Used frequently in the financial literature as a symbol for 1,000.

k

Used in the dividend column of stock transaction tables of newspapers to indicate dividends that have been paid so far during the year on an issue of preferred stock with dividends in arrears: pf 1.75k.
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Jason NanChun Jiang, through its wholly owned subsidiary, JJ Media Investment Holding Limited ("JJ Media"), has acquired 600,000 shares of K's Media and become K's Media's shareholder.
K's Choice is currently touring with Verve Pipe and Tonic, the members of which ``are very nice,'' Bettens says.
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On January 18, 2008, the Company completed a Share Exchange Agreement with Orient Come Holdings Ltd and Beijing K's Media Advertising Ltd.
K's Choice expertly blends various elements, but the band hasn't hit on an entirely distinctive sound.
However, Circle K's interpretation of what constitutes an "integral part of a taxpayer's inventory purchase system" appears to be considerably broader than that suggested by the Supreme Court in Arkansas Best.
CONTACT: Yan Zhuang of K's Media at 1-888-685-3791, investor@mediaks.
I'm very proud that K's Media was able to install over 9,000 screens in just a few months.
K's Media targets premium brands advertisers by placing their commercials on screens in KTV night clubs in China.
Including the head office in Beijing, K's Media has 10 offices across China including Shanghai, Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hangzhou, Chengdu, Shenyang, Wuhan, Changsha, and Xi'an.
David Snider, Element K's senior director of marketing, said, "As our contracts for e-Learning solutions to the federal government grew larger and more complex, it became even more critical that our Web site be fully-compliant with Section 508 guidelines.