Bulletin Board


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Bulletin Board

On NASDAQ, electronic listing of over-the-counter securities. The Bulletin Board lists several thousand securities, including stocks, bonds, ADRs, and others. Since 1999, the SEC has required all companies listed on the Bulletin Board to report their financial information.

Bulletin Board

bulletin board

a COMPUTER accessory which enables users to post, read and reply to electronic messages transmitted through a computer network.
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Chen and his colleagues have studied messages from the White Knights, a chapter of the Ku Klux Klan; the Al-Aqsa Martyrs, an anti-United States Palestinian group; and English and Chinese bulletin boards where pirated software and music are commonly sold.
And in that way, our simple bulletin board papered with notes for God is perhaps a more accurate representation of church than the bricks and mortar that surround it.
Indeed, the proposed changes were prompted by a string of investor fraud scams emanating from bulletin board companies.
Often, the best way to find a system operator is through an existing computer bulletin board.
Make sure you are comfortable with whomever you are buying your bulletin board system from.
Like the bulletin board, the Web site offers browsers a basic overview of the city and provides listings for different departments.
The police department also uses the bulletin board system to provide up-to-date information on new laws that may be of interest, general safety tips, and reminders of basic traffic regulations that drivers often question.
In addition to sponsoring discussions, bulletin boards often maintain files for users to download, and the availability of these files is one of the biggest attractions of some systems.