If no one is working on this, sales for Navidea in 2017 will be no where near DDbuyer's $50 million recent Oldtimers IV prediction. Gonzalez was supposedly working on premium pricing - the trouble is, he was far more focused on robbing NAVB shareholders of their company. Is anyone at Navidea working on EU sales at present (or would that be too smart of a decision for anyone there)?
the stock is perpetual garbage - far worse as of June 2016 than anyone could have imagined. Platinum will eventually not be there to shield Navidea's #$%$ from the real world. CRG has succeeded in ripping this joke of a company apart.
Shorts are still not covering and insiders are still not buying. Thus is not a good formula, Palanchancre!
Where the hell is a 4694 update?
Where the hell is a solid MT update?
Why isn't MG in handcuffs?
Why is the company paying for Brent Larson's medical leave? He wasn't a real employee as he did no work (except of course to fill out paperwork to sell free shares he didn't earn. He went home from work quite tired on the day he filled the sell forms out and gave them to Rick Gonzalataco).
NOT from insider buys, but RATHER that CRG is working harder than hell to steal the company from shareholders. In the end, I don't think Platinum will sit on their rumps and let this happen. They may even hire their own legal staff to protect their 10 million share position.
What an unimaginable and ridiculous situation the company has found itself in! What's next? The FDA declares that Lymphoseek can cure all cancers, HIV, and AIDS but the agency won't allow Lymphoseek to be used to treat them?
Navidea is the Alice in Wonderland Stock. What a rabbit hole.
#1) That Rick Gonzalez still gets a huge severance for all of his DISSERVICE to Navidea, even though this unfavorable CRG court ruling will make Navidea finances all the more limited. He deserves at least $1.5 million for his fine service to Navidea shareholders (I mean CRG and all other harmful entities of Navidea).
#2) That Brent Larson doesn't suffer one bit if the company can't afford to keep him on temporary disability as the unfavorable CRG rulings continue to come in. He worked hard for all shareholders and deserves a life of luxury forever with the 0.80 share price we are all so blessed with!
was sent by CRG to make further difficulty?
Probably not. Navidea is too trusting of all outside entities - perhaps because so few insiders own so few shares of the company (except for undeserved free shares of course).
It looks like it will take substantial time to conclude the case and all the while, Navidea stock and company reputation are getting damaged further and further...And we paid Pykett a $750K severance for his share of Navidea's woes? Ridiculous. The new CEO should be paid strictly on the basis of increased Lymphoseek sales and the advancement of MT. No severance should be in the new CEO contract whatsoever.
Lymphoseek sales going forward. If he can't get it done in Q2 and Q3 he should be terminated as well. All too often with Navidea, it seems as though they hire and retain the unwanted and unworthy, all the while, letting the company (and shareholders) settle for far less than mediocrity. ENOUGH!
I guess the Navidea shareholder can't have their cake and eat it too. Heck, we can't even have cake - all we get is s**t, quarter after quarter and year after year. I'm sure 2017 will be great. Lol.
Gonzalez was supposedly working on this. If the new CEO doesn't keep going with it, we won't get any Lymphoseek sales in 2016 or 2017 in the EU, but hey, what's another wasted year? Such has become standard with Navidea.
Very good. The situation the company presently finds itself in is all the more evidence that Larson never deserved any free shares and he has in fact, not done his job in an even minimal way.
I continue to be concerned with the direction, governance and control of the company as evidenced by the recent management, operational, financial and strategic issues being unilaterally decided by the executive committee without any input, discussion nor approval of the full board. I therefore find it impossible to discharge my duties as a board member and submit my resignation effective immediately. My best to the company.
I see that Good Old Gordon does not wish his best to shareholders. I'm not surprised. And if Troup (along with others) had "executed their duties" as EFFECTIVE board members, NAVB would never have been under 1.00. Good riddance to Troup and may Gonzalez and Larson SOON FOLLOW AND WITHOUT A CENT OF SEVERANCE!
Maybe the 4694 partnership is at hand. Or maybe a positive surprise is leaking out.
Either way, it's nice to see some more upward movement that is ABSOLUTELY OVERDUE!