hillary seems to have successfully (so far) spun the requirement that the 'Marking' of classified information is a defining issue. Marking an email is totally irrelevant, as stated by the FBI handling this criminal investigation. It is the material contained in the email which defines it as 'Classified' or not.
So, along with the now identified Marked Classified email (which again means nothing) we have the already established finding that the IG has identified 24 emails as Top Secret.
I guess we'll just have to wait until the FBI recommends an indictment and then either AG Lynch or obama officially not-recommending an indictment, thus putting an end to hillary's worries.
obama is the first president to ever endorse a candidate for president while that person is being investigated for a criminal espionage charge.
Well, if the bids don't meet with approval from the shareholders, it won't be sold and she'll have to have to go on with the 'turnaround'. Of course, her #$%$ will be fired for incompetence. It's in her favor to sell the company with the possibility of her reaping a $55 million termination fee.
She never had a chance and she proved it.
Do we see a puff of white smoke when a deal is done? I'm sensing a similarity to the Cardinals voting in the papal concave.
If the bids come in low, i hope mayer and the board don't approve selling the company. She has balls enough
to accept millions in compensation, i hope she has the decency to stand up for the shareholders.
Just last week during an interview cramer was very confident in saying to buy Yahoo. I guess his left hand man righty doesn't think too highly of his bosses advice.
Matsky - Investors Business Daily just cut their daily newspaper delivery to just the Saturday (weekly) delivery.
OK, no sense in restating all your Aabaco comments. I'll have to re-read it as i didn't realize it was about a holding company. Thanks
pebble - i replied to you the other day but it must have been deleted. I was commenting on Malone taking an interest in bidding on Yahoo. He is well accomplished in legally minimizing (skirting) the paying of taxes when buying other companies. A few years ago when Sirius Radio was a day or two away from filing bankruptcy, he loaned them about $350 million and in turn, Sirius gave him
40% of the companies worth in stock. He later did a Reverse Morris Trust transaction to include this in his empire. All legal and done to minimize the paying of taxes. Having said that, he might have proposed a bid to Yahoo which involved some kind of tax avoidance scheme. He is one smart fella but one to be careful with.
All the more reason I am relieved that Smith and Rich Hill are on the board.
Starboard is on the board because they have no faith in MM.
Like i said, do you have any facts?
BTW, interesting to hear (if it's true) that Malone made a bid.
If a stock doesn't have a immediate news, earnings or other thing pending, it'll trade just like the Dow/S&P/Nasdaq. In other words, it is at the mercy of COMPUTER TRADING.
'Looks Like'???? Do you have any fact(s) to back up your statement?
I could just as easily say 'Looks like Bids are great'.
I hope you're right. When you're given a weak hand, doing the opposite of what MM did would have been the more prudent choice. The comments this morning by ex-Yahoo CEO Sue Decker about MM were kind. She did say selling the company is probably the best thing to do.
pebble - the early morning news on the radio this morning said that Verizon is very much interested in acquiring YAHOO and is will to include bidding on YJ to sweeten the offer. Does this mean anything? tks
Simple until you add in MM and the board. If the company is sold, their cash cow is gone and they're
out of a home. MM has stated she would like to work at Yahoo for 3 more years. I don't think her best
interest is for the shareholders. hope i'm wrong but.....