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Xylitol Canada Discusses 60% Revenue Growth for the 9 Months Ended Sept 30th

Welcome to “Beyond The Press Release” a production of AGORACOM in which we speak with small cap executives about their recent press releases. With us today is Matt Willer, VP of Sales and Marketing of Xylitol Canada.

Xylitol Canada is a fast growing natural sweetener company that manufactures 100% North American derived Xylitol Products. Xylitol recently announced 60% revenue growth for the nine months ended Sept 30, 2014.

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Re: ronran / Re: FWIW re Judge Grewal.....boomer

posted on Mar 09, 13 03:12PM

In this instance I beleive it would be different because it is royalty based per chip. The problem arises when it is a one time license. If you sold a one time license to intel and they sold the technology to the rest of the world you basically sold your patent to the world for that one time license.

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