Oh please. The real question is how "unpromising" was that business really. It may not have been growing as fast as before. It made money. Question is whether fair value was received. It is foolish, and seemed foolish, and insulting, to basically suggest that the only thing public shareholders give a shit about is growth rate, regardless of value. It is doubly insulting to be touting that busienss up to the very minute you sell it and then trash it. I understand the need to put the best light on things, but it suggests management isn't being forthcoming aboyut what it really thinks of business prospects.