"How Some Investors Get Special Access to Companies"
In meetings with top executives, facts and body language flow from public companies to handpicked recipients
By SERENA NG and ANTON TROIANOVSKI
Sept. 27, 2015 10:24 p.m. ET
Atlanta has only been to Dallas once since famous 2003 victory and fine for sidelines celebration. In 2009, Cowboys won 37-21.
It's going to be tough - Falcons moved to favorite!
Only conclusion is that adult clubs have no growth potential. Restrictive zoning prevents opening new adult clubs. Then organized crime has a tight grip on existing clubs. Bombshells potential isn't that great ... brutal competiton in breasturants!!!
Really can't blitz too much. Study Packers vs. Falcons playoff game January 15, 2011. GB figured out Ryan can't handle the blitz. On the other hand, give him time and he will usually pick a defense apart. He proved last week, "what looks covered to a normal defense is open if he can set and throw!"
Crazy to start such a big game at noon central time! Millions will be lost at Bombshells and other bars compared to a 3:00 start time!
For such stellar results, the market is taking it with a grain of salt. Doesn't show much confidence in management, plus mortgage-heavy bank looks dependent on real estate. Rising interest rates likely to adversely impact future results. Plus, constant managment cheerleading gets on investors nerves!
Interesting ... it's not really clear if he quit or was fired!! Market seems to think he was fired but one can never be sure! It's like the VW CEO ... people endlessly debate if he quit or was fired? If the bank CEO was fired, the Bank should have lined up a successor ... otherwise, it was poor planning!!! Market is crazy to think the Bank can go out and find someone that easily! They are going to have to pay a fortune ... and some people still might turn the job down!
Game Sunday is huge. Still no time change to later in the day, since Falcons are turkeys no one wants to watch!
"Item 5.02 Departure of Directors or Certain Officers; Election of Directors; Appointment of Certain Officers; Compensatory Arrangements of Certain Officers.
(a)(1) If a director has resigned or refuses to stand for re-election to the board of directors since the date of the last annual meeting of shareholders because of a disagreement with the registrant, known to an executive officer of the registrant, as defined in 17 CFR 240.3b-7, on any matter relating to the registrant’s operations, policies or practices, or if a director has been removed for cause from the board of directors, disclose the following information:
(i) the date of such resignation, refusal to stand for re-election or removal;
(ii) any positions held by the director on any committee of the board of directors at the time of the director’s resignation, refusal to stand for re-election or removal; and
(iii) a brief description of the circumstances representing the disagreement that the registrant believes caused, in whole or in part, the director’s resignation, refusal to stand for re-election or removal."
Whatever ... that's never good! It could be a lot of things. But in banking ... odds are it's got something to do with the books. That is my guess!
This sounds like some real thing, but it's not; ...
but if RICK can give Tootsie's the best club award, I guess it's okay!
Illegals already running for the Mexican border before they get trapped and fenced in Texas!!!