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Christopher & Banks Corporation Message Board

buccayew 3 posts  |  Last Activity: Nov 19, 2014 10:02 PM Member since: May 20, 2000
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  • buccayew by buccayew Oct 28, 2014 2:51 PM Flag

    Who are the main beneficiaries? If the Board and CEO were given, or "earned", more than 25% of the difference between GAP and adjusted EPS due to the stock compensation adjustment, then it is not negligence. It is greed. If that's the case, let's hope the typical attorney approach of suing the company ..... further punishing shareholders who have already been screwed.... instead of the specific individuals responsible, does not occur. I have never understood why or how companies and their shareholders are sued for the acts of individuals within the company. It makes no sense.

  • Yes, a stock incentive plan is good, but not to the extent that management and the average employee benefit as much as the stockholder risking his capital. The employee is already drawing a fixed salary. Liberal awards of stock appreciation benefits are good to a point, but top management (i.e., the board and CEO) have been so generous as to cap stock appreciation potential. So, keep up the good work, on day to day operations, but whoever has been advising financial employee compensation should be fired. Of course, the financial compensation advisor would call this "hindsight". No, various income/stock appreciation scenarios should have been considered and presented in depth to the board. If this was in fact done, then the Board is negligent in not bothering to expect the unexpected.

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