$1,000.00 suits with no substance = "The Emperor's have no cloths"! The new Board may be ready for a "fashion make over"!
According to study published this week by Harvard Business Review, over 90% of the profits generated by companies in the S&P 500 over the past decade or so has gone toward either dividends or stock buybacks (when companies repurchase their own shares). The study’s author, William Lazonick, an economics professor at the University of Massachusetts at Lowell, says that’s bad news because it leaves very little money for companies to invest in projects that may produce greater long-term profits and create more jobs.
I like sandell's idea to get involved and make thing happen. Just wondering when it's bobe's turn to make some positive change.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
Fried chicken is a tactic that may/may not help short term.. They need a long-term vision and strategy to rebuild the sagging businesses to return shareholder value and give consumers a reason to believe in them again.
Listened to the show, doesn't surprise me that someone is playing the short side on BOBE. Volatility can be both sides of a trades friend.
up over 12% YTD
If you averaged down just 3 weeks ago, you are up over 20%
yea baby, FREEDOM!!!!
Jan. of 2012 $18.00 today $75.00 still room to run.
NEOG 5 splits since 2004
Sandell said in one of his filings that he had received indications from several reits to purchase the real estate fro 900mm, almost the entire market cap...... BEF alone could be worth 500mm
I bought BOBE last week above $47.00 and again this week under $43.00. It sure would be great if BOBE could help me understand why it went to $43.00 and what is being done to get it back to over $48.00 and when we can expect to see it? Maybe a nice template could explain it.
Bought today to average down my purchase made last week at a higher price point. I did my part to make a expected 10 - 12% ROIC easier! If BOBE goes lower, I will do again but I expect the highly educated, inclusive, forward thinking, innovative leaders at BOBE to get their act together.
Interesting that Bobe bought a new corporate jet. Ownership is shared with Grief Corp. If I were a stockholder or board member it may be worth investigating particularly in light of footprint of restaurants and poor performance on both sides of the business.