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What: In trading today, shares of communications security firm VirnetX Holding
So what: The company posted a third-quarter report with the Securities and Exchange Commission on Monday night, but did not follow up with a press release. Today's massive price jump and yesterday's late-action drop of more than 16% are delayed reactions to this report as investors stumbled across new information outside the traditional news channels.
Now what: VirnetX landed a $200 million patent license payment from Microsoft
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