one of the few things stockholders can do is
replace a board of directors &it is just a matter of time
before some major holder starts the ball rolling. so far
cd is down 20 bill+ on a bogus 14 bill takeover.
I agree with Lon78 on harm to CD.. The harm was
done with the fraud not CNBC. When it is reconized
that all of the "E"traders are in a uproar, its
possible to sway board members with a news release.
Remember we vote for the board members and I'm sure past
CUC stockholders are pissed. Virgin hope we get the
support and thanks. By the way, when the stock took its
first dip, the street talk was 15 for this stock, hope
we hold here until we dump Forbes... thanks and make
money .. JG
Let's talk turkey lurkey uno minuto, guys. We
were audited by one of the Big Six; its not like we
were a Mom and Pop grocery store or anything. I dealt
in complete good faith, and see no reason why I
should not takeover CD eventually.
We have a
terrific business plan, dynamic management, and a great
model. So we overestimated revenue by a slightly greater
than expected margin - money isn't everything!
I disagree, well yes cnbc has hurt CD but as hate
towards CD I think not. In the not to distant future
david faber will say the street has oversold CD, and
THAT IS WHEN & WHAT WILL SEND CD BACK TO THE MID 20s.
CNBC can really do no further harm it can only help at
this point. So I say lets use em. When Silverman get
rid of Forbes and the scum is clean out CNBC will
report it most likely with Cramer I hope.
I have been following this board for several
months and also other boards on stocks I own. This is
the first post I have ever made and it is because I
am so upset with this company. I hope we as
stockholders united we can make a change. Email to
If you are, I think the publicity would be good.
This board got publicity not too long ago. I think we
as investors could have a real influence over the
actions of this company. Interesting stuff here, virge