First you said on post 8277 that my post wasn't true. Now that I posted information showing that what I said was indeed true, you conviently lost your proxy showing my post was indeed the truth.
Guess, that there was only one copy of the proxy in the whole world for you to check the figures. Try the Yahoo web site and then check SEC filings.
You are trying to make the issue go away, but there are some of us who think that it is indeed a big deal for a company to put incorrect information in their proxy and then when confronted state that it was correct.
The original posts were would a company lie to their employees and if they would lie to the employees would they also lie to the shareholders. This is when you posted that the investors were not mislead.
You completely misrepresnted what happened to all the people reading this message board and now you want to play it down.
I'm still waiting for you to confirm the figures in the proxy and retract your statment that the investors were not mislead.
Jim was correct about the proxy statement containing contradictory information. I believe I was the one who originally pointed out the discrepancy on this board, well before the shareholder meeting.
Jim's contention is worth considering. If there are lies in the proxy statement, then what else are we being told, whether employee, customer, or shareholder? It's worth exploring. You can't simply label the question "conspiracy theory" and disregard it.