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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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Like the bulletin board, the Web site offers browsers a basic overview of the city and provides listings for different departments.
With the bulletin board, users would send mail to Meyer, who then forwarded the message to the city department that could provide an answer.
Perhaps the best gauge for evaluating the effectiveness of the bulletin board service, however, is to measure its success on a more individual basis.
On another occasion, a citizen sent a message via the bulletin board wanting to know why the police had established roadblocks at various locations throughout the city.
Moving to the Bulletin Board has been our main objective for a while now," says Walter Davis, Chairman and CEO of Summit National Consolidation Group.
Wayne Posey, InterDent's chairman and chief executive officer, stated, "The OTC Bulletin Board includes 330 participating market makers and provides access to more than 3,600 securities, a number of which qualify for Nasdaq listing, but prefer the Bulletin Board.
The rule states that all domestic companies that are quoted on the Bulletin Board must have current financial information publicly available.
Our Company has fully complied with all of the reporting and documentation requirements of the Securities and Exchange Commission thus qualifying our common stock for the Bulletin Board listing.
The Beretta Foundation is proud to announce that the University of Texas at San Antonio will host the Bulletin Board section of the unique Web site texasnonprofits.
But a rule change in October of 2000 caused the Company's RUSS symbol to be de-listed from the Bulletin Board.