of the party insiders' choice candidate? Can anyone recall 1968? I hope the Donald watches his back and avoids hotel kitchens.
Just like commissions linked to sales and salary hikes linked to student test scores, executive compensation should be directly pegged to company profitability without all of the golden parachutes they now enjoy. M&M is stealing from shareholders.
"Even if Yahoo’s board fires her, her contract stipulates she gets $54.9 million in severance. The severance package was disclosed in a regulatory filing last Friday with the Securities and Exchange Commission. In other words, Mayer can’t lose.
It’s another example of no-lose socialism for the rich – winning big regardless of what you do."
I think you're right. What has to happen to generate interest in this stock? Will any news of the sale process or the plans of this reconstituted BOD be forthcoming soon? They should be doing their own PR pumping to get the price up before acquisition for the sake of their shareholders but there is nothing coming out of the board room.
Sentiment: Strong Buy
I hope you're right, but I don't see what will increase the net worth of this company unless Rick Hill can pull off another Tessera Technologies turn around.
Let's hope that Rick Hill can do for Yahoo what he did for Tessera Technologies.
A company's stock usually goes up before acquisition. That doesn't seem to be happening with Yahoo either because no one is buying or the bids are lower than the company wants to reveal. I'm glad my average purchase price is $17.10 because I think we will be tendering shares in the low thirties or high twenties when all is said and done with regard to this divestiture.
Nobody wants to pay top dollar for a struggling company crippled by poor management, falling revenue and burdened by huge tax liability. Yahoo is on no one's "must have" list.
Yahoo shares would be flying off the shelves like plywood before a hurricane. Who wouldn't buy a stock in the thirties that was a sure bet to be tendered in the forties or fifties?
"Who, in the world, is selling Yahoo at this level????????" Anyone who doesn't want to tender their shares in the twenties after the sellout to the "high" bidder.
OE is going hell for leather at 9.5 knots headed for Oran, Algeria. What's on the agenda?
The pumpers like coldwoman have been telling us for months that competitive bidding from many suitors would drive the share price into the fifties.
Shareholders are breaking out of denial to realize that the "Bidding War" is not happening and that they will be lucky to tender their shares to the "High" bidder in the twenties.
This board will still be here when the market opens on Monday.