In keeping with a previous discussion, I'm putting the question out there.
It is time that we shareholders start asking the tough questions of the company and demand that they address some of their staffing weaknesses.
I would like to hear thoughts on this matter. I will be sending additional letters to the BOD soon.
IDCC PR/IR...what's that??? Oh, you mean that nice lady that reads the legal disclaimers at the beginning of every conference call.
Clearly the company has transitioned well beyond the abilities of the current PR/IR staff. Nice people, but just don't have the experience. I expect the see new COB begin to make the (long delayed) tough decisions that are needed to take this company to the next plateau.
Hang in there it will happen...just hope I'm still around to see it.
Janet Point, whatever her name is, is completely incompetent and should thank the Lord she has a job......I used to call all the time but she is so ignorant of the ways of Wall St that it's a pity for all the shareholders....over the years she has made mistake after mistake that have cost us thousands...
You all do realize that rnschere is a basher mimic ID of mschere, a longtime poster regarding IDCC, don't you? Mimic IDs should be reported to Yahoo, so that they delete the account.
I'll give it 1 more year to turn things more investor friendly. If they can't do it by then they probably never will.
I am not going to turn into a bitchy miserable old man waiting for this like lookingforopt has.
Good for you, Coinworks. I guess you already know my views on this topic.
The hiring of a professional executive to promote InterDigital to the investment community would do more to boost IDCC's stock price than winning a patent lawsuit. We've got a phenomenal patent portfolio and great earnings and financial strength, but none of that can help the stock price if the investment community doesn't know about IDCC, and sadly it doesn't.
A strong buy recommendation from a major brokerage firm would do more for our stock price than would winning our appeal against Nokia in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit. Maybe it shouldn't, but that's the reality.
Busted, shareholder value can be improved through any number of ways and Interdigital's management and BOD must be held accountable.
The market may not be on our side at this time, but the issues that we are discussing have been an ongoing concern for years.
Let's hear some other thoughts out there.