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Exxon Mobil Corporation Message Board

  • dlavine78 dlavine78 May 1, 2013 6:34 PM Flag


    I would like to address some serious questions to anyone on
    this board who is not a spammer, politico, or (lame) comedian.
    1. Given that Exxon stock has not gone up over the last 4 to 5
    years while the Dow is up thousands of points (look at a 6 month,
    1, 2, or 5 year chart vs the Dow or S&P you may be surprised)
    do you think that if you performed as poorly for your employer
    as Rex Tillerson has for Exxon shareholders that you would
    still have a job?
    2. What is the role of the "independent" board of directors?
    Is it just to collect their pay and ignore the awful stock
    performance, the XTO disaster, the production shortfalls,
    the earnings misses etc ?
    3. Are all the large mutual fund holders just passive index
    funds with no input?
    One final comment, I don't object to Rex Tillerson's pay because
    running Exxon is a massive job. I just object to the fact that he
    has done such an abysmal job and seems so woefully incompetent,
    He may have been a great petroleum engineer but he has been
    a pathetic CEO at least according to stock investors.
    SERIOUS replies appreciated!

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