maybe he just needs it for Christmas shopping or is worried about falling off the cliff.
I would have to believe it is more like the cliff problem at this point I have looked for a lot of dumping to go on not only with Sprint/Clwr but all companies why lose to the tax man when you can always buy back in or get it back thru awards.
The cliff thing might be a affect. But if the stock price is heading to a double digit next year or two, why would he cash our $1 millions instead of cashing out $2(+) millions next year or two. That I don't get it. The buy back concept doesn't make sense for such a company that is now heading towards a greater success. The cliff might drag down the price a bit, but in a long run, it's a win. Unless he know something that will negatively affect the company in a nearest future, and that's something I am concerned about.