Ullman gets raise for running a pre BK sale in Nov
that is essentially what JPC was doing as far as customers were concerned.
Then Ullman tells the loony tune bagholders sales are up but forgot to
mention revenues actually came from selling off assets and a 1 time tax credit.
Do they cart Ullman in and out from the senior home daily to run JCP?
Lies to shareholders about dilution then says sales and profit margins are
going to increase because were going to charge more for brands that everyone
hated 4 yrs ago. LOL
What's even more interesting, is that under Ullman's first reign JCP peak up around $80 a share. When Ullman left JCP, the price per share was halved down around $40. I just don't see Ullman as the great CEO that some people make him out to be.