When a company fires and replaces a CEO and
doesn't issue a press release, what does that tell you
1. their confidence in their new leader?
embarrassment about the decision to hire the guy they just
fired in the first place?
3. their long range
strategic plans (or lack there of)?
... I meant that Joey was not the President when
Campbell hired McCelland.
I wish Joey all the best
in his future endeavor to right to wrongs of Bob
Joey's management style and approach will be a breath of
fresh air at BAX Global. Good luck.
...the new group is spending too much time trying
to "drag" the company into the 21st century. Is that
a good thing?
From an investment standpoint, I
don't think it's the wrong thing, it's just the late
Slow increases in the stock price are the
result of past sins.
Bob C, good luck in your
future. If you brought in people to improve the company,
you should not be ashamed of the slow short-term
results. Your legacy will be determine by the results of
I think you are giving Bob C credit for too much.
Joey was president of the US and the people you are
bitching about are his people, not Bob's. Take off the
dunce caps and get real. His choices aren't wrong but
don't forget, they were his choices.
Much if the informatiuon you are reading is
correct. What is happening now to the automotive group in
By the way, the green I have now is what I saved by
getting my $$$$$$$$$$ out of BAX and starting a new
Fritz ........ don't count on it!
Mr Joseph McCelland from Fritz? The wonder boy hired
by Campbell as SVP BAX Global Sales and then let go
by the latter just five months later. A senior BAX
manager told Campbell not to hire McCelland, but he went
ahead and did it.
4. Their desire to keep the public in
the same darkness as they keep employees.
Their well practiced ability to grease the gears at the
Star Command to Management, Come In