Less consensus. Less imput. Less freedom. These are the new environmental characteristics of a changing organization whose success was once driven by autonomy and trust.
Yodee: come on now, just joshing with ya.. just want your definition of SOON. 10 days, 10 months, 10 years. how about some perspective, not over why, but over when? help me out, here.
took your advice. listening to webcast. no urgency, said ja. newspapers taking out of context moe remarks. said ja, "likely to be uneventful year in terms of acquisitions." if you are reading between lines, please share.
most, you are wasting your time. i've been reading this board for years and ive never seeen stil back down. he's even outlasted the jim the complainer. you are in a war you can't win.
You ain't gonna get the last word or win against stil. he is relentless. hey mikey, now that i called you what stil called you, am i stil? keeping you guessing.
buying opportunity. or has jim contends, bbt manipulating the market so that option awards are priced cheaper.
Co-host called John his hero for standing up to local governments taking private property for private use using eminent domain. John appeared on the Ludow and Company show with host Larry Kudow.
I'm refering to today's announcement by BB&t that "it will not lend to commercial developers that plan to build condonminiums, shopping malls and other private projects on alnd taken from private citizens by government entities using eminent domain."
You're soooooooooo right.
Glad to see a big corporation stand up to the government and say what they're doing to the little guy is wrong. I don't want some county official telling me I have to sell to them so WalMart can built on my property and increase their tax revenues. Shame on them.
you're the biggest idiot of all. yes, you can put together a good company out of two weak ones with time and the right kind of leadership. what a loser.
let me remind you. wachovia was sucking real bad and bud baker was looking for a way out. youare totally clueless, luc.
six y ears, are you crazy. where were you when the stock was at $32 in 2003. or $24 in 2000. sound like a bitter investor who probably bought a high.
How about this. BB&T stock was trading at $23.93 a share in Feb. 2000. Talk about making some money. That's my point.