Aluisious81 burst out with: "First of all, with all respect, do not presume to tell me what was happening regarding Greenberg. I was long on DFXI long before you got here."
Um. Let's just say that there are other people on the board besides yourself, shall we? Thanks!
Also, regardless of your emotional reaction, still "presume" to tell you that NLS net margins have been between 15 and 20 percent for 5 years. Look at the 10-Ks if you are confused. And the latest two annual reports point out very clearly that one problem with sales is the acquisition of lower-margin (and even negative) businesses, largely for their brand names. Acquisition of companies goes on the balance sheet, but assuming their losses must be considered part of the investment. Is that so complex?