New York, NY – (USAStockReport) – 4/4/2013 – Goff Corp (OTC:GOFF) shot up 24.32% at $0.575 after trading 19.4 million shares. The company is a gold-silver miner, engaged in mineral exploration and whose primary project is the La Frontera Gold Project located in the Aguadas Department, in Caldas, Colombia. The company announced today that its 100% subsidiary, Golden Glory Resources S.A., had appointed Geoconsultora Fenix, S.A.S, a leading Colombian based geological and mineral exploration firm, to conduct technical services on the lease properties on LGC15011 or the “La Frontera Gold Project” in Caldas, Colombia. The agreement covers services including soil sampling and analysis, satellite interpretation, cross cut diamond drilling and analysis, environmental procedures, technical support and technical reporting. Goff Corporation President Warwick Calasse said on the press release, “Goff Corporation’s agreement with Geoconsultora Fenix gives the Company the caliber of in country expertise and exploration capabilities that are required to fully exploit the highly prospective mineral opportunities on our leases. We have engaged the firm initially to carry out every aspect of the Phased Exploration Program on the La Frontera Gold Project. We intend to utilize all of their capacity and develop a strong working relationship that will set our course for any future exploration development and work in Colombia. It’s an excellent fit for both our companies.”
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Seven Arts Entertainment Inc (PINK:SAPX) gained over 28% at $0.7059 after trading 29.5 million shares. The company is an independent motion picture production company engaged in developing, financing, producing and licensing theatrical motion pictures. It is also active in releasing movies in other media such as DVD, home video, pay-per-view, and free television. For the quarter ended December 31, 2012, the company reported a net loss of $1.63 million on a total revenue of $183,000. There is no apparent news for causing the jump in the stock.
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Vringo, Inc. (NYSEAMEX:VRNG) was down 3.33% at $3.19 after trading 2.1 million shares. Vringo, Inc. is a company engaged in the innovation, development and monetization of mobile technologies and intellectual property. The company announced yesterday that the Court has ruled on post-trial motions in its wholly-owned subsidiary I/P Engine, Inc.’s litigation against AOL, Inc., Google, Inc., IAC Search & Media, Inc., Gannett Company, Inc., and Target Corporation, and ordered these defendants to respond to I/P Engine’s Motion for Post-Judgment Royalties within 15 days. The company announced today that I/P Engine, Inc. has filed a notice of appeal in its litigation against the defendants. I/P Engine’s notice of appeal applies to matters related to laches and the jury’s calculation of past damages. I/P Engine is appealing the District Court’s November 20, 2012 ruling that the doctrine of laches barred I/P Engine from recovering damages for any infringements by defendants occurring before September 15, 2011, the date on which I/P Engine filed suit. I/P Engine is also appealing the District Court’s April 3, 2013 ruling denying I/P Engine’s Motion for a New Trial on the Dollar Amount of Past Damages. On Monday, the company announced it had expanded its global patent enforcement activities against ZTE by filing a patent infringement lawsuit in France against ZTE Corporation, China and its French subsidiary, ZTE France SASU.
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