Why is it that whenever a company needs money, it is ALWAYS DILUTION? Why don't CEO's understand that hurts shareholders FOREVER? If they take out a loan, then they pay it back with some nominal interest, it is a short term hit on the financials. However, dilution screws shareholders FOREVER.I'm not voting any more to approve increased share ceilings. They need to find better ways to finance these things rather than screwing over shareholders each and every time.