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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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95 per-unit per month minimum charge, with both peak and off-peak rates at 4 cents per kilobyte, making wireless access to the Internet practical.
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Viewing the coupons requires downloading a coupon print manager, a small program that uses 40 kilobytes of memory.
Operators have to choose from two technological paths toward modernizing their wireless networks, either of which eventually leads to the ability to offer third-generation (3G) services--by definition data transmission at minimum speeds of 384 kilobytes per second, according to the International Telecommunications Union.
Today's PCs should have at least 512 kilobytes of random access memory (RAM), and 1 megabyte is even better.
There is no monthly fee for the new service, but users will be charged 100 yen to send a message of up to 30 kilobytes and 200 yen for a message of 30 to 100 kilobytes.
In addition to its high operating frequency, the V850E/MA3 microcontroller achieves its high performance by providing up to 512 kilobytes (KB) of on-chip ROM and 32 KB of on-chip random access memory (RAM).
ATLANTA -- XcelleNet, Inc, and its partner, Kilobytes Wireless Data, today announced that they have deployed Afaria, XcelleNet's mobile infrastructure solution, at Discover Communications Inc.