Not sure of the math, but from a low of $1.62 to $2.24 in no time but the AKAM deal didn't hurt. I sure some smart people in M&A are trying to figure out this space because there is plenty to go around. Glad T got out of the way, but if they try to corral all the players, no one will win. I don't think a company like Microsoft has ever demonstrated the sort of skill needed to service this industry, but the growth is just beginning and neither borders, nor boundaries are going to slow it. Bandwidth, which is the story, and this is the piece that will drive it. AKAM are the smartest guys in that room.
My dog would be a better CEO than last clown with the CEO title attached to his name. Short loved him, but if you were long, wow. That is why i covered my short position on DEC 3 after new CEO purchased LLNW shares with his own money.