Yeah, if the poison pill was wrong, so far, I don't want to be right. Ok, so I ripped that off the love song. Get over it.
While I think I understand what the driving forces were, I just hope that between the buyback and the "pill", that management hasn't lost sight of what really matters. Execution, execution, execution wins the day. 10 years from now if Management has excuted, the rest of this will long be forgotten.
How could it be taken anything other than positive when our CEO owns over 10% of the stock - he wouldn't pass anything to screw himself. I think a buyout is coming sooner rather than later. Either way the company is buying back shares as support