The company beat analysts’ estimates of a 3.7% year-over-year increase in sales. Rite Aid’s shares Rite Aid’s (NYSE:RAD) same store sales increased by 5.5% during the month of November.
They entered into a contract 6 years ago. If the price went the other way, would they be so active to pay higher than they negotiated?
February 21, 2013
Frontier Communications Corporation Declares First-Quarter Dividend
STAMFORD, Conn.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- Frontier Communications Corporation (NASDAQ: FTR) announced today that its Board of Directors has declared a regular quarterly cash dividend payment of $0.10 per share of common stock, payable on March 29, 2013 to holders of record of common stock at the close of business on March 8, 2013.
wash you mouth out, ain't nothing to do with Bell Labs. The frogs probably only work 3 hours a day any way.
Wonder how many would break up the Bell system now, knowing what we've lost.
Read the book "raping of ma bell"
ALU, another well woman manged company, They finally asked her to leave.
drop the price to .10 a share (MM's, you know you can do it), then the divi will be 100%, per quarter, P/E will be in the sub .1 range, the shorts will be happy, and maybe go somplace else. Oh, and yes, get rid of the BOD, including Maggie.
And what pray-tell does that have to-do with us.
we got a 20% + drop, and didn't divi-diddle, have a decent p/e
She made the short monster with her infamous "the dividend is safe" comment.
Now every quarter we get short bombed with the dividend is falling #$%$. Drops 20%, because another telco cut it's divi, FTR iIs making a profit, with a nice P/E, But NO, never good enough. Compare the P/E to all the other Telco's
Maggie should resign, and restore faith in the company to the investors.
or maybe something else is falling, something else is falling, something else is falling
what we have here is a company under short attack, and leaders of same company (really?) that pander them. A company really does not cat about the shareholders.
Ponder this. They sell stock as a IPO for , lets say $10 a share, pull blunders like maggie, and lets say the price drops just below $4.00, like today. Who cares, not the shorts, not the company. Heck, if the company wanted to, now they could buy their $10 a share company back, and make $6.00 per share. Effectively, the company is the short. In any case, it's always easier to drive the price down, then pull it up.