Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. (HMNY)

OTCMKTS: HMNY · Delayed Price · USD
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May 17, 2024, 4:00 PM EDT - Market closed
Market Cap 35.03K
Revenue (ttm) 211.72M
Net Income (ttm) -342.56M
Shares Out 35.03B
EPS (ttm) -1,403.36
PE Ratio n/a
Forward PE n/a
Dividend n/a
Ex-Dividend Date n/a
Volume 8,500
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52-Week Range n/a
Beta 20.62
Analysts n/a
Price Target n/a
Earnings Date Mar 19, 2019

About HMNY

Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. provides a range of information technology (IT) solutions to Fortune 1000 companies and other organizations in the United States. The company's services include application value management, application development, integration, independent validation, infrastructure, information management, and analytics services. Its clients operate in various industries, including banking, financial services, automotive, insurance, and healthcare. The company was formerly known as Helios and Matheson Information Technology ... [Read more]

Sector Technology
Founded 1982
Employees 71
Stock Exchange OTCMKTS
Ticker Symbol HMNY
Full Company Profile

Financial Performance

In 2017, HMNY's revenue was $10.44 million, an increase of 54.47% compared to the previous year's $6.76 million. Losses were -$150.82 million, 1943.4% more than in 2016.

Financial Statements

News

Moviefone Sold For $1M, MoviePass Next On Block As Bankrupt Parent Dismantled

A New York bankruptcy judge Thursday approved the sale of the iconic Moviefone movie listings service for $1 million as part of the bankruptcy of its parent company Helios & Matheson Analytics.

4 years ago - Deadline

If you were a MoviePass subscriber, your personal info might be listed in its bankruptcy filing

In a bankruptcy court filing, the defunct movie subscription service disclosed the email addresses of numerous customers owed money.

4 years ago - Fast Company

MoviePass files for bankruptcy after shutting service in 2019

The movie subscription service won't be revived.

4 years ago - CNET

MoviePass Owner Files For Bankruptcy While Disclosing State And Federal Investigations

The embattled ticketing company failed to find a sustainable business model for its discounted subscription service.

4 years ago - Forbes

MoviePass is shutting down permanently and liquidating in bankruptcy

The curtain has come down on MoviePass after the company filed for bankruptcy protection on Tuesday.

4 years ago - CNN Business

MoviePass Files For Bankruptcy In Last Shoe To Drop

It’s no surprise but MoviePass, the once high flying movie ticket subscription service that crashed to earth in a mountain of red ink last year, has announced its final demise, declaring Chapter 7 ban...

4 years ago - Deadline

MoviePass parent company files for bankruptcy

The subscription trailblazer, along with its parent company Helios & Matheson Analytics, filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy on Tuesday in New York.

4 years ago - New York Post

MoviePass parent Helios and Matheson files for Chapter 7 and stock falls to zero

Helios and Matheson Analytics Inc. HMNY, -82.98% , the parent of the MoviePass cinema-ticket subscription service, said Wednesday it has filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy, allowing a court to sell its re...

4 years ago - Market Watch

MoviePass claims surprise shutdown is only temporary

MoviePass is taking the summer off. The cash-strapped cinema subscription service announced Friday that it would be shutting down for several weeks under the guise of making improvements to its app.

5 years ago - New York Post

As MoviePass seeks to resuscitate its business, movie theaters are moving in on its turf

On Thursday, MoviePass suspended its service while it undergoes unspecified "improvements" to its product. It's unclear if an app revamp can actually help the company stay afloat, especially with movi...

5 years ago - CNBC

MoviePass launches new $9.95 a month 'uncapped' subscription plan

MoviePass, which is owned by Helios & Matheson Analytics Inc. said Tuesday it was launching a new "uncapped" subscription plan for $9.95 a month for a 12-month subscription, for a limited time.

5 years ago - Market Watch