I still would like to know why the millions of dollars paid to an investment firm as an advisory fee was not based on a performance clause. Perhaps someone with a legal background could inform us what this was all about. Severance was based on a contract in place since there was no say on pay provision, but the exorbitant advisory fee made no sense to me.
You didn't get the rift of my posting. Check out the "advisory" outfit, it's salesmen and managers. You may very well find that it's in that gang of family and friends.
Remember ??? They get the whipped cream and you get the near empty cup.