In defense of PG, and one who has worked in the "Executive Suite" for many years, I would have to voice my defense of her. First, how many CEOs/Chairmen do you know that believe so strongly in what they are doing that they work for free (please don't throw in the point about stock, that's not something that currently will buy groceries or pay the mortgage). Also, note that they have come this long way operating with a skeleton crew of four key people. There is a saying that senior administrators do not have to know everything; they just have to surround themselves and delegate to people who have the know how. In this case, PG has contracted with organizations specific to their particular tasks. She appears to me to be a pragmatic person who has her eye on the prize and is willing to sacrifice for it. At age 65, she is remarkably diligent and I, for one, am willing to give her kudos for her efforts. jmo...eom
az4iams. I agree with you regarding PG. I noticed long time ago that her salary is less than $100K. I am actually amazed at their R&D sucess so far. No doubt there is much to do. So I have hope from this management but none-the-less I was hoping for at least 150% to 200% growth in last 12 months. Only that aspect is disconcerting.