One of their problems is that Najari is the face of the company, both at internal events and investor presentations. Anyone who's seen the guy probably wants to check his pulse to see if he's actually alive. I know morticians that are more lively and engaging. No interest, no momentum, no volume. Pass the Maalox boys....
It is not Najari, it it Najafi. Najari is a very nice guy, he is not a criminal, he is honest and doesn't manipulate clinical data or lie to the inverstors, employees and his own family. Please correct your post.
A friend of Najari in NY