Change in Directors or Principal Officers
Item 5.02. Departure of Directors of Principal Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Principal Officers
Ms. Christina M. Vaughn was elected as Chief Compliance Officer in September 2006. On Friday, May 11, 2007, Ms. Vaughn tendered her resignation to the Company. Effective June 15, 2007, Ms. Vaughn will no longer serve as an Office of the Company.
The current Chief Financial Officer, along with the Audit Committee, will undertake Ms. Vaughn's duties. No replacement of this position is planned at this time
I can see clearly that you are not any cfo, former cfo, or future cfo. You probably can't even count. And if you can and if you were, then why the hold up in the filings? The handcuff comment can be taken any way one wishes to take it. I think handcuffs are warranted if this deal turns out to be a farce.
the first people who need to go in handcuffs are all the useless pumpers on this board, esp. those pretending to be someone else.
Sorry to disappoint all you gossip mongers out there. My departure from CFO position has been in the works since I became pregnant in 2004. My 2-1/2 year old son, who is trying to staple the houseplant next to my desk at this very moment, now requires all my attention--hence my departure as Compliance Officer.
Nothing "nefarious" or "subversive" is going on here--just a very sweet and curious little boy and the mom who wants to be home with him.
btwm its not what we think, but what the market thinks, thatg matters. Looking at the one day chart, I'd say that this info was known by insiders as early as 1:45 PM, that's when the terrific straight down dip occured. By the time/date stamp of this news item [2:29 PM], the stock was already recovering from the jolt.
Normally, one would expect more bloodletting on the next day of trading. So the watch words for tommorrow are...
(((Look out Below)))