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  • douglasmuzzy douglasmuzzy May 18, 2011 11:19 PM Flag

    Dangdang CEO's Rage Rises Again, Against Dow Jones Employees

    (iChinaStock News) May 19 midnight news. Following the "big Morgan lady" incident early this year, outspoken Dangdang president Guoqing Li broke into an argument with a Dow Jones employee on Sina Weibo, the most popular microblogging service in China,and did not hesitate to use foul words.

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    • if he has the same passion when it comes to running this company we are going to $100. When something is your lifes works you can become emotional at times. Hopefully, what he is doing to grow this company is just as passionate as his words of hate! Mutual Funds and the big boys are looking for growth if DANG can deliver the stock will react accordingly. This board is putting way too much into a few curse words. I certainly have given people a piece of my mind in the past. People move on and over time people forget. However, the numbers will be on paper forever! Lets have a below QTR tomorrow and I promise the stock will not go down!

    • So now the real story comes out. Not only was be right with his original opinion but wsj misreported facts. Seems to me he is right again. Building a biz in emerging markets is tuff biz. This guy has the balls and heart and truth on his side. Stop acting puritanical because of his language. Corp america. A d wall st is full of real lying scum bag crooks. Look in the mirror here in usa

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      • Unfortunately, whether he is right or not, Wall Street and the big banks and analysts have all the power in directing whether they recommend or put a sell rating on any stock.

        As a CEO of a company with publicly held shares, I would prefer him to keep these battles to himself and let the company speak for itself in regards to results and performance...

        As long as he is grinding axes with Wall St and Banks, I would fathom that even if they reported a 1000% revenue increase, it would still not get them covered.

        Just my opinion, but assuming Wall St. is a 'fair and balanced market' for retail investors is probably nothing but pure fantasy

      • here yee, hear yeee, heer yea.......

    • Surprised this dust up still has legs. Especially since the IPO is hardly a success at today's price.

    • yeah. Actually he is right about all of this.

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