Todays story on social media Facebook is about woman in a Marshalls store being told she couldn't breast feed in a changing room -- has to use the bathroom. So they published a photo of such goings on in the Marshalls bathroom. They claim this happened in Oregon. Oregon has a hard law in place that a suitable spot be used in a retail store for mothers who need to breastfeed. The social outrage is that sitting on a toilet is not a suitable spot. Want to lose customers? Just watch that picture be passed around the social media circuit with the Marshall Oregon location mentioned. [what kind of idiots do you all have working in these stores?]
Take a look at a yogurt cup made by Berry.
On the bottom is the tiniest little number 5 recycoing symbol you ever can't see.
What a scam when they say they are behind a big recycling effort.
Who on this planet will be able to sort this number 5 stuff out when the symbol is so little you can't see it with normal eye vision.
Shame on Berry.
You can find this announcement of their website.
Bookmark this messageboard to return to it after delisting [and Yahoo will not recognized the front door to DEMBF stock info].
Such a pleasure to be out of this foreign stock.....
Investor confidence is dropping sharply in the last two weeks.
Stand back and let it die.
Let free market enterprise take its natural course.
Theer are too many oldsters on the board of diretors.
After 70 they need real retirement and time to smell the roses.
Those 70 years old or more are not getting my proxy vote in this election coming up in September.
It's a great company otherwise.
They will be trying to sell a POS company's common stock that will be exactly worthless at the first glimpse of BK filing.
Who thinks they can turn around this defeated retailer?
How much money is such a person willing to risk to give it a try?
Citicorp is just in this for the money. They will price it down to whatever level they believe they can sell all 39 million shares to someone else. They will not want to get stuck with any residual shares.
[Note, the underwriter has to buy all 39 million shares in hopes of selling them to some other dufus.]
If you are holding shares right now worth about $13, you probably will have trouble sleeping tonight.
If not, BK is the make sense corporate way to go.
And then stockholders get nothing; bondholders will get [but do they want it?] new stock in the new company.
Mark that date on your calendar -- it will be the pivot point.
Between now and then there will likely be blood at the discontinued White Sale.....
And extremely dangerous firing a 3.5% shareholder with a well known public [ads] identity.
Can the current board get re-elected after pulling this stunt?
Wow - there is no chatting interest in this stock of a company that supplies electricity for the city.
How many residents of the city of Portland actually own the stock of their electric utility?