Hey golfer ... You are certainly concerned in a company in which you "never had a position of any kind." Seems to me you have a position even if you are not a shareholder. Are you a current or former employee of the company? Sounds like you are.
I am an investor. I also use Magic Jack Plus ... not only in New York but in Florida. It works great. Some of you responding have no idea of what you speak. Invest in the product and you will see this is a winner. Those of you criticizing the product do not know the product, especially Magic Jack Plus. Try it. Save on your telephone expenditures.
This is far from laughable ... It is painful. Report the resignation or retirement and make it immediate. This stock will be 15 if something is not done now to right the ship. Management has done a terrible job ... and there is no improvement in sight, that I know of. A change in the top leadership might give us a couple of dollars ... but maybe then, time for me to get out at a loss. I am discouraged with what some have written ...Mostly b.s.
Fair enough, scales. I hope you are right. I cannot add to my holding but will surely appreciate an increase in the value of my shares. Thanks for your response.
Hey scales, you do not want to know much. The rest of us are asking what we believe are important questions. Now just what do you believe will be revealed on November 12th that has not already been said? CFO Nolo is being championed at this time, and maybe that is a good thing. What is being done that will raise the price of the stock? Just one thing will probably not be enough. But a change in management, now that will be saying something.
I do not see any mention of management change. What can be said or attempted or done that has not been done this year that has helped the price of the stock? Definitely some changes are needed and now. No more promises or stupid ideas: concrete management and leadership changes are necessary immediately and not down the road. The current leadership had more than ample time and failed. Some of the "big" boys will support until they have sold their shares, and then we will hear what they truly believed about the management. Employees will not criticize management, but the good ones will abandon the ship along with those with hold or held substantial investment in the company. Time for a shakeup. Hope we hear about it on November 12.
I agree .... very old, boring games. I tried the Zinga games and they absolutely stink. Nothing like casino games.
Hey psuskifan. The PPS will go up when MM is out of the picture. Hope that happens tomorrow.
Hey markdoiron57: You are not the neighbor next door I care to know. Your remarks are immature for a person who claims to have made the investment (and held on to it through BABA IPO). Try seeing the view of those who have not been so lucky.
lorikhire ... You are SO right. And this dai1y is uninformed and not interested in learning. Not only do guns kill they cause severe injuries.
Not true. I am many others want MM out ... and changes in the BOD immediately. They have not earned their pay. I am not short and I am not desperate. And, yes, probably I have "attacked MM" as you state "repeatedly." Get rid of her. She will waste every dollar. Now pbmanta, what is it you know would make me and perhaps others to think differently?
And think how much effort was spent on the logo! Email ... Finance ... Search ... all out of service too often. Too many excuses. Time to change leadership.
And don't underestimate parents. They will demand the site shut down! And another investment via MM shot to Hell.
Here's a In a bid to improve operating performance, Marissa Mayer went on a takeover spree. If you can't grow organically, I guess the only viable choice is to grow inorganically. Stamped, Ontheair, Snip.it, Propeld, Jybe, Summly, Astrid, amongst others, were all companies that the fallen tech mammoth acquired since the new CEO's tenure. How many of you recognize these names? The fact that I would bet a ton that most of you don't best represents how successful these acquisitions were. Even the largest acquisition, Tumblr that Yahoo bought in 2013, has not borne any fruit. With attempts to grow organically and inorganically both failing, it is not a stretch to say that Yahoo's core business is doomed.paragraph.