"The federal securities laws require publicly traded companies to disclose information on an ongoing basis. For example, domestic issuers (other than small business issuers) must submit annual reports on Form 10-K, quarterly reports on Form 10-Q, and current reports on Form 8-K for a number of specified events and must comply with a variety of other disclosure requirements."
Darl McBride, comply with Federal Securities Law and file your 10-K. What are you hiding from your investors?
Prediction 10K released AFTER annual shareholder meeting.
"Reporting companies must send annual reports to their shareholders when they hold annual meetings to elect directors. Companies sometimes elect to send their Form 10-K to their shareholders in lieu of providing shareholders with an annual report."
Well, Ledite, it's either the 10-K or the Annual Report before the Annual Meeting. Doesn't matter. SCOXE ain't pulling any rabbits out of its hat.
Darl McBride, file your 10-K.
Ledite brings up an interesting question about the shareholders meeting. stats_for_all mentioned Aspen Technologies, another company that failed to file required reports, and were threatened with delisting. In that case, the company delayed the stockholders meeting until after the required documents would be filed.
I would expect that SCOXE would do the same thing.
What's interesting about this is that the stockholders meeting is surely where an attempt will be made to remove Yarro from the board. It's not inconceivable that SCOXE is putting off the filing in order to put off the stockholders meeting.
by Tom Lehrer
Be prepared! That's the Boy Scouts' marching song,
Be prepared! As through life you march along.
Be prepared to hold your liquor pretty well.
Don't write naughty words on walls if you can't spell.
Be prepared! To hide that pack of cigarettes.
Don't make book if you cannot cover bets.
Keep those reefers hidden where you're sure that they will not be found,
And be careful not to smoke them when the scoutmaster's around,**
For he only will insist that they be shared, be prepared!
Be prepared! That's the Boy Scouts' solemn creed,
Be prepared! And be clean in word and deed.
Don't solicit for your sister, that's not nice,
Unless you get a good percentage of her price.
Be prepared! And be careful not to do
Your good deeds when there's no one watching you.
If you're looking for adventure of a new and different kind,
And you come across a Girl Scout who is similarly inclined,
Don't be nervous, don't be flustered, don't be scared. Be prepared!
>> Prediction 10K released AFTER annual shareholder meeting. <<
>Isn't that very late? Don't you think you should get Darl to sign it *before* the shareholders tear him to shreds? <
Remember this outfit (I almost wrote, "company") is mostly held by inside "investors" and large concerns (funds, etc) that should be able and willing to do due diligence. If the large shareholders already know what's going on, the small bagholders won't be able to eject Darl et al.
Why isn't "stinks from Utah across the Mississippi" one of the sentiment choices?
<< If they were true Boy Scouts >> ...
The Sout Law: A Scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean, and reverent.
If they were true Boy Scouts, they wouldn't be litigious bastards.
Darl McBride, file your 10-K, you loser
Be Prepared---Scout Moto
Good thing sco is prepared. Prediction 10K released AFTER annual shareholder meeting.
Interesting thought Ledite. So, er, why would they delay filing a required SEC document untill after the yearly bagholder's meeting? Something in it they don't want to be face to face with the bagholders about?
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Interesting thought Ledite. So, er, why would they delay filing a required SEC document untill after the yearly bagholder's meeting?
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The answer is so obvious even O'Gara or DiDio could guess.
It is so horrifying even the threat of delisting is better news.
But wait... that's their grand scheme to lull IBM into underestimating the SCO Group's cunning... When IBM thinks the SCO Group's on its last legs they send in the attack chihuahuas to jump up and bite IBM's kneecaps.
Suddenly, like the doormouse from Alice in Wonderland, sleeping beauty Silver awakens from his slumber and produces ....
Blepp's Briefcase !!!
Judge Kimball exclaims, "We've been waiting for competent evidence from the SCO Group for almost two years!" He opens it. They find the decomposing remains of a half-eaten bratwurst, some moldy breadcrust and a Bufo Marinus. They all lick the toad and take a nibble of the breadcrust and go tripping off to find Zardoz!
<ledite likes stream-of-consciousness, he said so in his message to Melanie Hollands>
Dear dio & board,
It's a proxy battle preparation with the delay of the 10K. SCO knows who has what # of shares. the rest do not. After the shareholder meeting this info. is not so critical.
Just speculation on my part FWIW.
Back a winner buy scox,
Sam Palmisano pay your bet,
>>Good thing sco is prepared. Prediction 10K released AFTER annual shareholder meeting.
If SCOXE is so prepared, why wasn't able to file its 10-K as required? Is the scarlet 'E' and getting delisted all part of the grander plan?
I think it's obvious SCO has run some complex accounting simulations where if they go far enough negative the account will have a buffer overflow giving them trillions of dollars... sort of like transport tycoon... or simcity... :)