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SPYR makes major move toward resistance and with a 45 RSI and uptrending valuation many believe it could go all the way to $1.
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If you are talking about Steve Liotta leaving, it is because Otis pushed him out. Many store level managers and DMs are being fired or harassed so much they quit. Many have a target on their backs not for job performance, but just because someone at the corp level feels they make to much. Many, many people are discontent as Framingham simultaneously closes stores, cuts payroll budgets and squashes raises and bonuses at the field level, yet remodels the corp. office with a fitness center and other amenities and hands Ron a huge increase. The amount of tension and distrust between Framingham and the DM's and stores is very high. The DM's are finally starting to realize that fewer stores equates to less need for DMs. Some are defending the stores, some are leaning harder than ever, some are just leaving before the #$%$ hits the fan with the OD buyout. Bottom line - Staples treats their employees as mere numbers at best and often not even that well. Otis and Vinnie Servello are major ball busting pricks who show no appreciation.
They don't care. It's $50 bucks less they have to shell out because they'll drive you crazy trying to get it. Don't waste anymore time. It's time to call the BBB. They'll get the results.
All along when I comment, I recommend "strong Sell" and for good reason. Recently a high up management personnel left Staples. If the stock and sales are doing so well, why did he leave? I have also heard that a lot of lower level managers have either retired or left the company. Anyone have any ideas as to why? And this isn't sour grapes because I sold my shares a long time ago and invested in my 401k.
I didn't say they would go out of business. Their stock went up when merger talk began. I think this reflects the belief that Staples needs it as their business model is broken and their attempts to fix it have been lame,