that they are pushing back Memphis a third time. They wouldn't report anything if the law didn't require them to. The SEC should stipulate that any company that wants to be listed on a public exchange isnt' allowed to have super voting shares or a poison pill. What is the point of being public if the shareholders don't all have equal rights. Just an example of the hierarcy of wall street. There are plenty of examples of derivative shareholder suits forcing the hand of management. If they would just get bold and make an unfair offer and start the ball rolling there would be no turning back for them. Wouldn't be a bad thing at all if Tippie bought the farm actually.
problem is that DVD 2 cup races helps DDE for 2 weeks in slot revenue and hotel occupancy.That is why DVD shareholders in reality have been fucked.That is why DVD will not take questions during earnings call for DVD .IMHO DVD is burning money but helping Delaware and DDE and Management.In some ways in merits a lawsuit for the unlucky holders of DVD.Hard to believe they waited so long to try to sell Midwest tracks, considering they can never make a profit.ISCA in conference call stated that they would acquire the few remaining cup dates.IMHO management and insiders of this Rollins empire are scum.