Naturally as executive vice president of business strategy he will receive stock compensation, but what's interesting to me is the new CEO spent one million of his own money buying cheap shares, THEN brings in his former co worker from Google. Could this new team execute effectively? Looks like there's a plan in the making of some sorts, and insider buying shows confidence in it.
One thing is for sure, we'll all soon see what's coming. DAL THE most profitable airline in the world is doing plenty of things right.
Giving some back is normal and okay. In the coming years DAL will still be here. Current price is still a low valuation. Yessss sir, a bit of a chip LOLOL because I've heard one too, too many times how the market is rigged for the big boys and the retail investor/trader gets screwed...The retail investors who often think along these lines forget to acknowledge that they lack the foresight and patience to make good investments consistently. Often because access to their 401k funds is too much to handle with no experience and a mindset of wanting to get rich overnight.
Why does Yahoo need MM's patents that have been of negligible help to MM? MM touts itself as the largest independent player in mobile, however MM poses no threat to anyone in this space, has demonstrated no business advantage, while FB continually hits the ball out the park. MANY CAN BUY MM. Seems the CEO will have to pound the pavement to make a sale a reality. Persuasion is needed when the offers are not pouring in at these price points. Falls under $3.00 no takers, sad lame same story of all we have to do is put the pieces together of our world changing patents. These clowns still think mobile is in its infancy.
LOLOL! I think ONLY a buyout can save MM. No one but NO ONE cares about MM's wonderful collection of patents. FB knows how to get this right. FB is now directly helping developers monetize apps just as MM. MM keeps lowering guidance clearly shows they have NOTHING to grab greater market share. All time low down to $2.90...I hear silence not buyout offers. Looks more like the new CEO has to pound the pavement to sell MM.
Maybe YOU pay after the so called big boys make their money. Don't consider myself big and I've been in looong ago. Try $19.00 What prevented you and anyone else from doing the same. This board is comical.
have you put all your eggs in this basket? Are you merely hoping for a magical turn around in MM? You need a realistic plan beyond the walls of MM.
Your're sooo right, lately I've found much greater excitement in FB and DAL. That's excitement in the rising of those stocks, the funny thing is I never follow the boards over there.
Latest casualty in the mobile space is FUEL after missing numbers...again FB is crowned king in this space and they have the resources to protect their throne.
Great company that delivers every quarter on guiding low...then lower, gotta give em credit for this consistent performance. FB will not be sitting idle while the clowns at MM stumble into each other looking for a silver bullet. Oh yeah, wasn't the $230 million dollar silver bullet suppose to be Jumptap? Didn't Michael Avon say on the conference call after that acquisition that MM "hit the ground running" in the first 24hrs after that purchase and they were already seeing it really paying off? Didn't he also say they now had ALL the pieces in place and would reap the benefits of their investment? What he failed to say before jumping ship is that the reaping of benefits is only for MM execs who get limitless free shares