The ceo change had more affect on Lexmark than it should have. The Lexmark leaders knew this and to announce the ceo change at the same time of slightly short earnings revenue probably was intended stock price manipulation but I don't know why they would want to do this. There has been some insider buying which is good and maybe it was for this purpose. HP fell back when Hurd was ousted suddenly and has had a hard time recovering but they will and Lexmark will too. There are some good things happening for Lexmark..read the business roundup article. But it may take a couple quarters to get back in good standing with investors. I'm still looking for 60's sometime next year. Paul Rooks will surely be better than Paul Curlander at least I hope. But he is unproven and Lexmark could have hired a well known and proven ceo.