CEO's response to false claims made against the company
Yes, I am aware that there have been articles written about us that have expressed a healthy degree of skepticism about our company and operations, to say the least. For instance, one author presented an outdated Google Maps image as evidence that the company was being operated out of two sheds. This was quite a surprise, as I've never seen those sheds, and our company's two-story office and R&D laboratory is located on the same property. The same author questioned our legitimacy in a dozen different ways, spinning clever narratives about the company's history and the intentions of our leadership that distort the facts and are inaccurate. But on the other hand, there have also been positive articles written about us that gush with irrational exuberance, and that seem equally disconnected with reality.
I do hope that people reading these articles exercise their own critical thinking skills, and that they won't only read or rely upon polarizing internet articles that do nothing except further reinforce their own worldview (or stock pick). If you want a guide for sorting through many common logical fallacies, I recommend reading Michael Shermer's book "Why People Believe Weird Things", or at least the first few chapters.