This is a great industy to be in currently.Take a
look at these comparisons. I have done some research
on this BRNC and it looks good. It appears to me
that Wall Street is just starting to notice this
company, esp. since they beat the #s earlier this
According to the SAPE options agreement, re-invested dividends begin their vesting period on date of award. As a result, the employee vesting clock begins on 11/5/99, not on their hire date.
To shareholders, the way a split is accomplished
in the finance and accounting details of the Company
We get twice as many shares, each
with half our original basis for capital gains.
from Sapient's web site:
announced today that its Board of Directors has declared a
two-for-one split of its common stock in the
form of a
100 percent stock dividend, which is expected to be
paid on or about November 5, 1999 to shareholders
record on November 1, 1999.
Is this stock splitting 2 for 1? I heard this and
also that the split was dividends? Anybody help me
out? Thanks!! This stock is in my Janus Global Tech
fund. Since Dec. when it started, it has grown from 10
to 19.45 today!
see, i'd love to know whether sapient is making a
huge mistake - if they are, then i can figure out if i
want to dump it now or wait until later.
saying that promoting Des as a huge mistake is useless
to me unless you back it up. Why is he a bad
manager? How has he been able to rise so near the top of a
great company if he is a bad manager? why is this
we're back to smearing the company's leadership,
methods, etc. in light of no evidence to support your
argument of slowing growth, squeezing employees,
If you're a client, then you should ask your boss to
be removed from whatever project you're working on
if you hate the place that much. If you're an
employee, then why, oh why, are you still there? Clearly
it's not for everybody; I think we can grasp that from
your messages. But if you can't stand the leadership,
the hours, the methodology, then get out already! But
don't throw unsupported claims out there that you can't
back up. Just sit tight and short your shares and be
happy if we're all wrong. Personally, I haven't seen
you offer up one shred of evidence that tells me that
the growth is slowing and that it can't be managed.