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breakmeevenbyyr2020 4 posts  |  Last Activity: Apr 5, 2014 7:25 AM Member since: Aug 13, 2004
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    by myword2967 Apr 3, 2014 8:54 PM
    breakmeevenbyyr2020 breakmeevenbyyr2020 Apr 5, 2014 7:25 AM Flag

    I agree with you myword2967 - smart move. CPWR is 10 years over due on ANY insider buying... not saying it won't happen...but won't.

  • breakmeevenbyyr2020 by breakmeevenbyyr2020 Feb 26, 2014 8:28 AM Flag

    Why that would be CPWR's internal executive management, their top directors, top managers, middle and all the project managers. You already knew that if you looked at the stock graph over any period you select. If you think COVS entire mgmt. structure is not affected (internally infected...), it is. COVS was born from the spawn of this slanted corporation. CPWR where "management ALWAYS but the 'NO!!! (you can't do that!!!)!" in innovation".

    This 25 yr mismanaged dynasty needs work. period. and will for a long long time to come. CPWR management "always knows what their customer want best" just listen to them as they ignore everything you're saying, and miss your important deadline. CPWR, after they're through taking your $$ and time, will throw in a free towel to clean up with.

  • breakmeevenbyyr2020 breakmeevenbyyr2020 Jan 23, 2014 4:46 PM Flag

    Earnings CEO Quote: "With our portfolio rationalization now behind us, we will continue to execute on the final steps that remain in our transformation into the ‘new’ Compuware.” Then you will be fired. Thank you.

  • Prediction: the share will still slide on the a penny or two on the positive news this quarter (day after release...). As did IBM two days ago. Shareholder/Investor sentiment: "how in the world does CPWR executive management think it's going to go forward strategically in the future?" The past bellicose owner, Peter Karmanos, and his braggadocios and arrogant management style has honestly ruined this flagship IT company, from the inside out. Paul Singer is looking at the bottom line, understands the need of a jointly participated Executive management team down to Groundskeepers and sees a real rats nest here. Too many past macro managerial blunders, on the products side (all the recent pipeline sales) and with consulting services (recent professional services sale). Need personnel turnover? Or Insider exec management share / options sales bought on penny's to the stock price? CPWR can sell that everyday and have been, making money for their glorified executive team, for over 30yrs now. It's a disaster.

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