>I disagree. The news came less than a week after they delayed the issuing date for their own millions of options and shares. That's very good timing.<
They didn't 'delay' the issuing of their options . . . they will be issued in the time frame specified in the agreed upon contract. However, they did wait for the last possible day of the contract and made sure to release this news first.
Management compensates themselves generously . . . what else is new?
Well . . . at least to make any money on those options, they will have to bring the stock price back up.