Schulze has 20%.Sure he does not want that BBY collapses and disappears.If Joly and the present management has no solution to save BBY then why Schulze would know the miracle recipe to solve the problem.If Schulze really believes that he can save BBY,he has to find a way to take BBY private at a lowest cost possible.So negative comments on Best Buy are welcome for him.For a low offer, it will easier for him to find money.Surely most shareholders would accept an offer for example $16. Then what would be the motives of the board to reject the offer.To blackmail in order to receive compensation,golden parachutes.I still believe that board ,Schulze and financial providers can find a way to solve the difficulties of the buyout .Just an humble opinion.
So I was nearly right 24 hours ago. For a low offer, it would be easier for Schulze to find money. Most shareholders would accept an offer for example $16 but I am afraid that the board might reject the offer.