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  • mngtscrwdup mngtscrwdup May 6, 2013 3:01 PM Flag

    harrass the BOD

    time to start harrassing the BOD at their day jobs with letters and messages that they need to fire hales. the CFO of Callaway Golf will not take kindly to being barraged by angry zagg shareholders while he is at work at Callaway Golf. the problem with zagg right now is that hales just cant be trusted. he is taking care of himself, but not the shareholders. the shorts arent pushing this down further, it is just disgusted shareholders who have had enough of the corrupt (not just inept, but corrupt) management at zagg. the BOD needs to do a thorough examination of when hales knew what and if they see he was raising guidance when he knew about the problems, he should be fired and a new CEO replace him.

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    • Agreed. The board made a big mistake appointing Hales as the CEO. He was part of the Robert Pedersen debacle. The company and it's shareholders would have been better served if they had brought in somebody from the outside. A seasoned executive from a large accessories company like Targus or Logitech. In my opinion, the board missed a big opportunity to bring in a new face and side step the RP mess. Shareholders need to vote their shares and let their voices be heard.

      Sentiment: Hold

    • Explain to me again why you think the BOD are a bunch of straight shooters and not corrupt themselves? Also how a bunch of nagging shareholders calling them during personal hours is going to trigger a company turn-around?

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