Anti-Terrorism Company's IPO
Traders Magazine, October 2001
Timing is everything, writes Frank Musero. While many businesses are expecting to return to normal in the wake of the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks at the World Trade Center, one is hoping to capitalize on the demand for increased security. That company is Amrus Technologies (proposed Nasdaq symbol: AMRU or AMRT.) It creates laser products that are used to screen items for explosives, bullets, chemical and biological weaponry. It also has laser products that can help land aircraft in unfavorable weather conditions. It owns 70 percent of Newcom, a company that has the technology for long-distance image transfer.
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