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TSO will be the dominant refiner in the Pacific Rim with the BP Carson acquisition. Don't you think that counts for anything beyond speculation?
Please refer to the DEF 14C filed on 3.25.2103. The information contained therein will correct your misperceptions.
You're describing requirements of a tender offer to achieve a short form merger. Going private can take many forms, including a reverse stock split (gulp - where have we heard that mentioned?) structured to squeeze out all minority shareholders. As to the lawsuits, individual shareholders have no fiduciary duty to other shareholders unless they own a majority interest in or exercise control over the business affairs of the company.
Ignoring the fact APA has become the largest producer in the Permian over the past year? Oil patch veterans expect the Permian to return to glory as a more prolific play than the Marcellus, Bakken and Eagle Ford combined.
Regrettably, it's only less pay. Read the scathing Forbes article. "Apache Falls Victim to Say on Pay", under Yahoo! headlines for APA, and you will see Farris received almost $13M for shepherding APA through an 18% share price decline.
You didn't answer the question. Do you not have an answer? What news?
Eagle Ford crude (South Texas light) is the cheapest domestic crude after West Texas sour according to VLO's latest crude price bulletin, and the Corpus Christi West and Houston refineries are running Eagle Ford crude as well.
What news? That CTSO plans, targets or anticipates something happening sooner or later? Same old results and outlook, quarter after quarter after quarter.
Why? You know those 21 shareholders owning 51% of the shares already can take CTSO private - or whatever else they want to do - without asking us. right?
Benjamin Graham. Peter Lynch and Warren Buffett, move over. There's a new sheriff in town. LOL How much are you down today?
LOL. What would you have him say? ONTY has no near-term viable drug candidates, will continue to burn cash indefinitely, and anticipates issuing additional stock to prop up the company until he can fully fund his retirement?
Exactly how long have you been patient with CTSO's deferred progress? Lead product has been a decade in development, Validation of efficacy is more than three years past due. Product was "launched" two years ago and sales still are languishing with eight boots on the ground and multiple distributors allegedly on board. Mañana, mañana ain't good enough for me.
Sorry. That's $176K product revenue generated by four person sales force in Q1. Half-blind and nearsighted due to eye surgery this afternoon.
Jeepers! Less than $15k per person monthly. Are they working part-time taking inbound calls from home or just hosting Saturday afternoon Cytosorb parties?
Aha! You're wise to MWW's strategy, drawing traffic, productive or not, to which they can lay claim.
How about LinkedIn's strategy of including prostitution as a selectable tag, then publicly decrying the presence of prostitutes on the site? Presume MWW's video, appealing to both genders, will draw more traffic than LinkedIn searches for prostitutes.
Fellow CTSO'er, once again, the 10-Q is due today, 45 days after the end of the quarter for non-accelerated filers per SEC regulations. We will see at least an NT-10Q tomorrow.