Investors, in nine days on Tuesday, July 23, 2013, Scotts competitor, DuPont, will announce its well massaged pseudo "solid results" for Q2 2013. Query, will once again DuPont Chieftess, Ellen Kullman conspire with her quantitative subaltern, DuPont CFO Nicholas FeignandFakeUs to downplay and spin the true looming cost of the Imprelis fiasco?
Wright & Schulte, LLC of Vandalia Ohio, attorneys for a multitude of aggrieved Imprelis plaintiffs, has reported that settlement was reached in a huge class action in the U. S. District Court of Philadelphia in April 2013 in an attempt to resolve tens of thousands of Imprelis tree loss claims from DuPont AG customers and homeowners and property owners. Since this very material event occurred during the second quarter, will DuPont Management refuse to disclose the potential financial impact, and fail to provide contingency Imprelis litigation reserves for this looming massive payout?
Fact is in return for her $15 million yearly pay, Ms. Kullman has commanded and directed the biggest eco-disaster and most costly new product failure in 21st century corporate America. When will she be forthright and forthcoming with her long-suffering DD shareholders and Wall Street? We believe conservatively after considerable study that the total ultimate tab for tree-killing Imprelis will be on the order of $2 to $3 billion or MORE!
Merely THE WEAK IN REVIEW digitally penned by one individual retail investor, SMG shareholder, and long-time student of the degenerate DuPont...funfun..
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There must be a huge quantity of hypersensitivity in Fortress Wilmington, Delaware over executing the biggest eco-disaster and new product failure in 21st century corporate America. DuPont Imprelis, Tell Us!
And to think that Scotts executives at one time were toying with putting this vile toxin, DuPont Imprelis chemistry, into the fine and reputable Scotts Miracle-GRO retail products for lawn and garden! A crash landing averted for SMG shareholders, for sure.