The words "WARNING" and "UNEXPECTED" in the titles of the hit piece articles were put there on PURPOSE to intimidate new buyers to stay away from the stock and to instill fear in holders so that they sell. It was all done in a planned manner.
Evil exists, I tell you.
That would be great if you could do this, Jeremy. Is his e-mail address at the company website? I may write as well.
The entire thing STINKS to high heaven.
"Who" came up with the idea that this was "unexpected" has a lot of answering to do.
Hopefully, and ultimately, before a judge. If not on Earth, then in HEL#!!!!!
have their tentacles into every news outlet. I'm convinced of it more than ever now.
Shameful what they are doing and I'm certain that many of them will rot in you know where.
How can the NY Times even print something so stupid with an offensive and manipulative title headlining their story?
Was it not expected? Was it expected?
The word "unexpected" is what killed the stock today.
I want to know how this word was chosen, and whether it was an accurate choice of word.
Here is my procedure, which everyone should consider following:
1. Give a thumbs down to the post.
2. Report the post as abuse.
3. Place the poster on permanent ignore.
Those three actions, in that order, inflict the most possible damage to the offending poster. And then you never see them again!
Thanks for doing this!
Everyone with a vested interest in KERX should do the same!
Number that you called?
It sure didn't take "The Street" long to come out with this article.
Corrupt bums they are...
If you were damaged by the AP article this morning ask for Brian Barrett in the AP legal department. Ask him to retract the article and post a correction.
Otherwise, a class action lawsuit will follow.