at these levels, because it would put Icahn over 20% ownership (Anything under 300 million shares outstanding basically). They stated they would continue their buyback this quarter, but I'm not feeling confident they will take advantage of these prices. I've been scratching my head as to why they didn't buy a boatload of shares at $13 a share and then it donned on me that it would put Icahn at over 20% ownership.
not in good physical health? He has lost a great deal of weight over the last 2-3 years; just compare his TV appearances over the last 3-4 years and you'll see what I mean. Perhaps he won't be pushed out because the Board knows he will be stepping down soon because of personal/health reasons.
I'm with you, man! I'm here watching House of Cards kicking myself in the butt for not sticking with my NFLX investment last year! What a dummy!
For all of Ricci's faults, you can't deny that he's a hell of a business man. Look at where it all started. He's come a long way, you guys.
The Company will release results for its first quarter ended December 31, 2013, after the market close on Monday, February 10, 2014.
A non-event; bummer. Perhaps CI comes out with one of his letters tomorrow. This standstill agreement provides for a snooze of a time.