playing bridgeround of polohigh stakes poker Las VegasMount EverestHawaiiin a special meeting voting to raise the Corning dividend above 5 centsnone of the aboveall of the above
to come in and clean house. Shame on the anti-shareholder Corning Board.
at the bank depositing their directors fee checks! WHERE THE HECK ELSE DO YOU THINK THEY'D BE
certainly not voting to raise dividends - that board just won't do it, even with the cash available.
Unfortunately, individual stockholders don't have the votes to make a dent in outing the Corming management team. About 82% of the common stock is held by institutions. They are not likely to join in any push to fire the executives.We are stuck with them!
--About 82% of the common stock is held by institutions. -Thats bound to change and go down.Investors are concerned about their investments. GLW is an underperormer.Fund managers will have to liquidate holdings to cover increased redemptions due to constant market swings to 300-400 point drops.
as a stock holder i will vote on fire the ceo and the cfo
Let's assume you can fire the management team, who would you put in their places?