I am open for commentary or suggestions. But could this be the worst run company ever? The data would seem to suggest yes. Obviously, we have to set Criminal activity to the side like Ken Lay and Jeff Skilling at Enron. But criminals aside (and who knows perhaps that's where this ends up), is there any company that has enabled this type of poor decision making to perpetuate itself for this long a period of time? In a vacuum, no one incident is so glaringly poor - but for the company to perform this poorly for nearly 20 years is quite amazing. I think this has to be up there for the Worst Run Company Ever.