And there are lots of companies that have not, KERX and MNKD are just two. I'll tell you what I would take $15 and call it a day. I don't ever see $100++.
That Stan upholds his fiduciary responsibility to the shareholders to maximize shareholder value and that this is not some kind of ego trip for him in deciding to go it alone. The Board has a responsibility here as well. The comment he made that day seemed to send the stock in a tailspin. A more prudent response would have been, "As a management team, we look at all options and make decisions that are in the best interest of our company and shareholders". Stan seems to have a lot to learn about effective public communications.
"our goal today"? you are just a pimple on the #$%$ of big money.
rz, different time and place in 1943, the market was not the casino it is today with massive short selling, shot and distort schemes and flash trading. it was investing then it is gambling now and the House always gets it's way. It is possible today for a company doing all the right things, having a great product and management team to go out of business.
Analysts don't have technical degrees. They have Bull Sheet liberal arts degrees. They know nothing about science.
No, you have it all wrong. I said Moron not Moran. I think you need to go back to your Chinese to English dictionary.