another round, and yet the 3 or 4 that SHOULD get defrocked don't, or didn't. good people continue to quit or get fired, yet the board and senior management still don't have a clue. The time to get out is now.
Maggie is back and how. Hanging out in Services, ready able and willing to service Bret. Just like when she was hired and Bret was seen as a frequent visitor at her suite at the Hilton in Windsor. Bret may be the only one up as sales under him sure were/are not.
Her name is Maggie
There is a lot more there. But I can not tell.
Ask them why they have given up on larger insurance clients, why did they rape Conseco, why does the new head of Consulting have a forged last name, why is there only one female officer left (after the CEO felt up Dave Reids wife) and other things. And the CEO even parks his hardtop foreign car in the handicapped place.
THE CFO has gone, after making about 4 million in options. Not bad for a guy named Tony Dees and Does. Recent layoffs have clients wondering who is looking out for them and actively partnering with Eagle (Hemisphere), Advent (Conseco)and Charles River (ING). All that is left are former military people that satisfy Stone's and Bret (SVP Of SALES) homoerotic interests. And they even brought the military chick back to avoid a law suit. Strong sell.
CFO has moved to head up new mergers and acquisitions unit where they'll use their artificially inflated paper to make some more meaningless acquisitions. Can't sell what they've got, so why not? Wonder why he's selling all his stock?
The bottom line is that the stock has gone from 2 to 12 in a crap market, the Company was sitting on a boat load of cash and bought back shares, made a few acquisitions and still remained profitable and you girls still are crying that the stock is all fluff. Go pound sand somewhere else. No one told you to sell to for that .50 profit. If you live day to day, lick your wounds and move on.
hpconnect2000 if you could, when was the stock at 2? It's never in it's history been at 2. Look at the volumes, they don't demonstrate a stock that has a lot of investor interest. To their credit, they have maintained in a very volatile market. But without serious interest, it's not hard to do.
This is the only stock in my paper portfolio for my finance class that performed well. Not sure why. Question: under insider info see CFO selling shares, anyone know why? How does this effect the stock price?