I wonder if Boccino's 'personal reasons' was "job security"?
Jumping the "Titanic" before she sinks? A better outlook at a more stable firm? Same with David LaMadrid. I'd think a gold mine waiting to explode in monumental value (a huge pay raise would follow) would "entice" a person to stay on -- unless the gold mine looked like the beams shoring it up was getting "shakey".
or maybe the two just realized it's hard to work with a person that does not listen to anyone else? Another blunder by the CEO perhaps? How much more do we need from this fabulous CEO? Stock is a freaking .10 and you people are so happy..wake up and smell the coffee
Besides, why would he care about the investment potential of the company? He was working for a salary, not options. It sucks because it looks like instability at the C-level of the company, but I personally don't give this any weight.