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  • casp321 casp321 Mar 12, 2012 11:48 PM Flag

    ON2: And COMPROMISING Iranian Yahoo & Google Account

    Re: Wonder how much is a drone? 12-Mar-12 07:00 pm

    All you need to know is how to count up to six. But, "If" I had 6), then I could NOT connect "What" to it to make it clear for you. That's NOT open and is a matter of different discussion. They try to CONFUSE and blame reading from different PAGE and DATABASE so they can call it "hacking" assuming no one will notice what they are/were GIVING AWAY was/is NOT hacking.


    http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Business_%26_Finance/Investments/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_G/threadview?bn=25263&tid=1419843&mid=1429271

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    • What did they have to tell the judge to "convince" her that ON2 case is too complicated to make it public discussion? Did it happen at all? will ON2 shareholders find it out? Are they trying to bury it in NY? or, it's another TRAP to CRASH if not access???




      Why did ON2 basher called ON2 shreholders "terrorists" at one point is something to ASK in the court to see which PAGE they were reffering?

      http://messages.finance.yahoo.com/Stocks_%28A_to_Z%29/Stocks_G/threadview?m=tm&bn=25263&tid=1429227&mid=1429270&tof=11&rt=2&frt=2&off=1

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      • Which PAGE he was reffering, when a ON2 shareholders basher called ON2 shareholders "terrorists"??

        What did they have to tell the judge to "convince" her that ON2 case is too complicated to make it public discussion? Did it happen at all? will ON2 shareholders find it out? Are they trying to bury it in NY? or, it's another TRAP to CRASH if not access???




        Why did ON2 basher called ON2 shreholders "terrorists" at one point is something to ASK in the court to see which PAGE they were reffering?

      • ‘The Best Interests’
        “We recognize that some people, particularly those who opposed this structure at the start, won’t support this change -- and we understand that other companies have been very successful with more traditional governance models,” the founders said. “But after careful consideration with our board of directors, we have decided that maintaining this founder-led approach is in the best interests of Google, our shareholders and our users.”


        Google Stock Plan Irks Governance Watchdogs
        By Brian Womack - Apr 12, 2012

        Google Inc. (GOOG)’s latest bid to preserve the control of founders Larry Page and Sergey Brin is raising concerns among corporate-governance watchdogs, who say the new stock structure cuts shareholders out of the loop.

        Google unveiled a plan yesterday that lets the company issue new shares without diluting the founders’ voting power. The stock change would create a new class of nonvoting shares that will be distributed to existing shareholders in what is effectively a 2-for-1 stock split.

        Page and Brin, who made no secret of their intention to hold sway over the company when it went public in 2004, aim to keep that control as Google grows larger. The latest move lets the founders issue stock to compensate workers or make acquisitions without loosening their grip. For investors, the result is a lack of input on decision making, said Charles Elson, director of the University of Delaware’s John L. Weinberg Center for Corporate Governance.


        It’s hard to tell why the additional step was necessary, said Tim Ghriskey, a co-founder of the Solaris Group who helps oversee about $2 billion in assets, including Google shares.

        He would rather see Google pay a cash dividend, Ghriskey said. Still, if investors aren’t happy, they can always sell their shares, he said.

        “We live with it,” Ghriskey said. “It wouldn’t be our first choice. Our first choice would be split the stock and don’t create two classes, and start paying a dividend.”

        Google put in the original dual-class structure to insulate the company from outside pressures while it made potentially risky investments, such as the video-sharing site YouTube or the Android mobile operating system, Page and Brin said yesterday in a statement. The latest change solidifies those protections.


        ‘The Best Interests’
        “We recognize that some people, particularly those who opposed this structure at the start, won’t support this change -- and we understand that other companies have been very successful with more traditional governance models,” the founders said. “But after careful consideration with our board of directors, we have decided that maintaining this founder-led approach is in the best interests of Google, our shareholders and our users.”


        http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2012-04-13/google-stock-plan-irks-governance-watchdogs.html?cmpid=yhoo

 
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