I have tried in the past days to contact I.R. of NQ by email (no replies) and by telephone (only answering machines).I have never been able to communicate with anyone.It is not a great sign...
Do you think... that they might be... JUST... a tad... BUSY?? They are under a publicized microscope. I would imagine a tiny company like this has a few thousand emails / phone attempts per day. Maybe after things settle down a little.
(400 million dollar company out of Beijing, China. Really? You are surprised that you can't just dial right through? They ain't Amazon.) I have spoken with a few execs at several companies... however they were English speaking American based companies. And they were not all busy as hell with filling out miles of financial reports and under the gun for the financial press. I imagine reporters alone from the financial community... Marketwatch, CNBC, Fox, CNN, SA, The Street, etc.... keep them busy enough.
Be patient...I think worst thing (fraud) is over!. Now just the matter of 'fair", "good" or "better" for NQ.
Cheers to all Longs...
“Stronger today than I have ever been,” says NQ Mobile CEO Khan
“I can personally attest that this has been the toughest 8 months of my professional career. The saying that ‘whatever doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger’ certainly applies here. I am stronger today than I have ever been. I am more resolute today than I have ever been,” writes Khan.'