They need to get on this pronto. That is way behind the public awareness.
no matter HOW you measure it. This CEO needs to be dislodged! Ridiculous!
Yes, I see and understand that. Don't you think its strange that there is a "first-option" - a sort of "right-of-refusal" out there with conditions - conditions defined by whom exactly?
Well then depending on what she does next will confirm wheter or not she has "reformed". I can't believe she was reelected in the first place.
If DIMA is serious, those folks will be in jail and on a list for "restitution" to the Brazilian People for every last red cent. No more let's start over - no more bankruptcy talk....this let's participants OFF the hook.
is this unique?
Applied Materials said in its filing that its board's compensation committee believed the tax "would negatively affect the incentive and retention value of long-term incentive equity awards, and in turn employee morale and retention, during a period of transition, uncertainty and tremendous effort in preparing for the consummation of the business combination."
Give him a chance. It's not like he's going to be out there drilling and refining oil in his suit.