In Z's case, history proves a dishonest management makes the market work to create value for themselves. So...you support this?
Pumpers just as fraudulent as Z mgmt. Its a big tent, especially for Americans, thanks Slugger, you've been great.
That's right Jim...nobody else in the world has Thanksgiving, a national day of gratitude for blessings.
Correct...keep their pay checks coming...that's what the evidence shows is the real game they are playing. They have to prove otherwise.
They are only as good as the management, who lied to everybody about Z160 and lined their own pockets with large salaries. History tells all, don't be stupid.
The company has been of them, by them...and most importantly...for them.
I don't know Jim. Any medically-oriented person would have tried this out on suffering persons once they knew it would cause no harm. If they did...they owed all the duty not to have proceeded into P2 to protect the company. These people give us no further reason to believe in any Light coming from them.
Yes, this is disgusting. "Corrigan, Renz, Cole...and others really need to be putting other hard provable facts to explain this otherwise, or zero reason exists not to forever see them as deeply criminal.
Word is out about the broken faith with investors. You have a clear answer to that?
Precisely. The ethics of such informal testing for ALL concerned are completely clear since safety had already been established. Its was a complete no-brainer ,,,unless they already suspected or did not care otherwise.
There is intrinsic value in there...somewhere...but not with those apparent frauds running the company.
If they are NOT frauds, they better show us why.
No you're not: That's EXACTLY the broken faith. Any one of us normal persons would have at least taken some brief sojourns to non-regulated places to administer this pill to those evidently suffering...and simply observe what happens. The fact that these frauds didn't, but collected high salaries in the mean time is what normal, decent persons will always have trouble understanding.
The lesson here is far more disturbing. Its not about any drug; its about the basic competency of management.
Not in this case. This fundamental inefficacy could have been known about long before.
At the very least, this is gross negligence...and not a basis for any faith in the integrity of management.
You are trusting a management team that failed in the most fundamental due diligence possible – that of doing simple boot-on-the ground testing in less regulated places with persons in severe debilitating pain.
Its obvious the management never cared to do that; a key insight into their actual motives.
This is a management who not only seeks to financially defraud based on creating false hope, they show a despicable moral corruption by having devastated the hope of all those in severe pain.
Yes Rul....your analysis of that will be greatly awaited. Going forward, whatever we come up with to see where or by what model of thinking the risks were not properly assessed could be a huge help.