It appears that a lawsuit in the Supreme Court of British Columbia that would have revolved partly around the value of Stockhouse Publishing Ltd.'s advertising services will never go to trial. The advertising client, QSolar Ltd., has discontinued its operations and its law firm has quit the case. Although the matter is still technically active, no hearing is scheduled.
QSolar had complained that it purchased Stockhouse's "Top Campaign Package," which supposedly boosted stocks by 400 per cent. In reality, the company's price and volume did not improve. The reason, according to QSolar, was that the advertising campaign was poorly executed by Stockhouse. The campaign began late and once it was under way it accomplished little, the company said.
The case never made it before a judge, and it now seems unlikely it ever will. On March 20, 2015, QSolar issued a news release in which it said it was discontinuing its business, citing a lack of financing. The company, which made solar panels in China, dismissed all of its employees that same day. Days later, on March 25, 2015, the company's law firm filed a notice of intention to withdraw from the Stockhouse case.
Leider kann ich nich übersetzen! Ich weiß dass wir in Deutschland sind und hätte auch gerne alles auf Deutsch. Selbst ist der/die Mann/Frau Ich schimpfe nicht, sondern Frage höflich ob dies jemand übersetzen kann. Dass bei diesen Foren immer so negative Stimmung verbreitet und beleidigt wird finde ich echt schlimm! Es heißt immer, Geld verdirb den Karakter! Das merkt man leider bei vielen Foren