You are speculating some useless info here. These two useless board members were forced to resign. They didn't do squat for Navidea all these years. They let Cardinal took half of Navidea's revenue. They collected free options and money for doing nothing. They let the Puerto Rican CEO screwed the company as will. I'm glad that these two blood suckers left.
Why don't you call and ask him yourself. Ask him what kind of contribution to ATRS as a board of director does he do. Is he a slimy person who collects paychecks and free shares while destroys companies like NAVB. Ask him about loan sharks like Deerfield and CRG who he has connection to pass inside info to.
No, I used to hold this stock years ago when it was 5 dollars. I was doing research about Anton G. Gueth and realized that he is on the board of the stock I used to own. I just want to warn you guys. I have no beef with this stock. I own NAVB and waiting to cash in. There are too many crooked CEOs and board of directors stealing the little guys money out there. It is unbelievable.
Navidea Biopharmaceuticals, Inc. (NYSE MKT:NAVB), announced that its Board of Directors has appointed board member Anton Gueth to the position of Chairman. Mr. Gueth succeeds Gordon Troup who joined Navidea's Board of Directors in July 2008 and was named as Chairman of the Board in August 2011. Although Mr. Troup has stepped down as Chairman, he continues to serve as a director on the Board.
Anton G. Gueth is working for the shorts. They will hammer your stock constantly.
Anton G. Gueth resigned from Navidea (NAVB) after the company discovered that he was the mole for CRG capital. Here is the scoop:
First and foremost, it does relate to CRG. I know investors are concerned when they see Navidea's senior secured lender behave as they have. It is reasonable to ask why.While I can't say for certain why they are behaving this way, let me provide a little perspective. Now that we have access to email and other documents that we didn't have before, we believe that CRG and Navidea's prior management and a certain prior Board member had what webelieve was an inappropriate relationship. CRG liked having the access and control, and once the Board made some changes, CRG became incensedthat it would lose that inappropriate access to confidential information and control over the affairs of the Company and started to make threats.And then began to act on those threats.The bigger question is why would CRG take such financial and reputational risk and even potentially criminal risk over a loan that was performing?It's understandable that when they felt they lost their inside source of information and their inability to continue to control the Company, theywould prefer to exit the deal, get paid back, and take their toxic behavior somewhere else. But why would they take actions that were clearly designed to damage the share price that they knew was a secondary support to their loan and by crushing the share price that would make itharder, not easier, to get their loan repaid?The only answer we can come up with is they don't want to get paid back, but they have other motives that are enhanced at the lower Navideashare price. In fact, they know that the lower of the Navidea share price goes, the less valuable their loan is, so what could be their motivation?Could it be that they or affiliates of theirs are short Navidea stock? That would explain their behavior.
MG and Platinum should be held accountable, don't you think?