And while you're waiting for your boat to rise, your paying his expenses through dilution. For that matter, you're also paying the expenses of the former CFO who apparently got you into this mess.
...because they didn't file the 10-Q. So, that's 100K share per week going forward for every week (or part of) that they don't file, right? 50 for the 10-K and 50 for the 10-Q.
The attorneys' motion to leave was approved in early April. It's been over a month and there's still no attorney of record. Playing with fire, IMO.
You mean the NYSE MKT? That market? The one that lets a company remain listed even though they're late with the 10-K *and* the next 10-Q?
You're quoting a web site. And the window continues to expand.
Tell us what's happened over the last 10 years. Oh...that's right...you can't.
Blinko, based on the stock price, the definition of "real quick" apparently exceeds 6 months. Does your definition of "real quick" really mean "never"?
So you're sworn to silence on IV-7. And anything else that doesn't fit the spin. You're reduced to quoting from the web site. That's less than useless.
This is the spin the shareholders are getting. Imagine the spin the salespeople are getting in the weekly sales rah-rah calls.
Absolutely untrue. Read the filings to see what Richmont gets paid each month regardless of sales and earnings.
I get it...Mahna = Mantra.
The Mantra is "time to load up". Keep repeating that and you can ignore reality.
Q8. So you're sayin' that if I keep digging into the pile of *$&!@#, I'll eventually get to that pony?
A8. All signs point to it (according to my Magic 8-Ball).
I guess they're shell-shocked. Not 10-K, no 10-Q, and it looks like KBH has left the building.
Now about that NYSE compliance plan....