Agreed. But I think a bit disappointing if they don't ALREADY have some new funding or partnership lined up. It's not going to come because of a Web site. Yes, necessary to have this here too...but that's mainly branding. Hard to believe that they wouldn't be able to line up a partnership by now...and certainly should have along with their submission IMO.
Unfortunately I did not get to the readiness chart before access was cut off but it is obvious the company is in the process of re-branding.
No doubt its part of the plan to attract new funding imo.
Check out the post on TBI awareness from repoman.
It appears the government funded an anatabine study at Roskamp, which stsi shareholders should know that Dr Mullan is also the CEO of Roskamp.
Google Michael Mullan - Roskamp Institute CEO
Agree completely. Interesting that Osteoperosis and Colitis appeared to be "complete" with respect to the readiness chart that was shown. Would be great to see company go it alone on one, and partner on the other. (or partner on both). Would think that chart alone would otherwise create lots of speculation as to why company is not moving forward with Phase 1 for both...since it appears they are both "ready".
What other news will come when the new web site officially launches for Rock Creek?
After getting a brief peek at that new web site, it would be a great time to also announce some type of partnership wouldn't it?
site is locked. We had a small teaser as it was not ready for a grand announcement. It looks like they're getting close. It's the real deal, people. I look forward in anticipation.
Likewise, thanks for the heads up. Unfortunately while checking it out someone must have realized the door was open, when it should not have bee,n and closed the door with some type of password request.
When the website gets officially launched, I doubt the Shorts will like the new look of this company.
Thanks for the heads up. Apparently, they're still working on it.. but in my opinion, the site looks wonderful! Very professional - sophisticated and serious - and with a splash of Apple style!
I've believed for a few years that good things would be on the horizon, and now, finally, it appears that the horizon is "closer" than ever!
so we have a new company now. new ceo, pres, others. complete new direction and focus on pharmaceutical line. new name, symbol, and location. still aiming toward healthier living and lifestyle, but to larger degree now.
like a band-aid removed quickly, there may be a touch of pain, but it's only momentary. it's best 'right off'. and we should view any severance pay as such...temporary and as a future 'write off'. keep in mind, too, that much of the severance pay may be given in the form of stock, and over a couple of years.
so to bring it to the table now and get it over with, who has left the company, 'voluntarily' or involuntarily, for whatever reasons including not wanting to move to sarasota, not being needed any longer with the new direction, cut-backs, or what have you? keep in mind many of these will remain for a time in consulting positions with the company in some form, scope, or vested interest:
some board of directors (replaced by others)
so here's to new, qualified management with fresh perspectives and proven experience. change is good.