The activist investors have been after White since they arrived. He did well the first year he was here by saving the company from the penny stock land and possible bankruptcy, but then he did nothing for six years after but send out press releases about new initiatives and directions for the company that never worked out. The list is endless...I don't care what we have to pay him to go away but his time at Jamba should have ended about three years ago. I loved the guy at first until I realized he was coasting off the glory of the first year and had nothing new to offer that would increase shareholder value. That is why the activists came along...they recognise that in today's health conscious world this should be a billion dollar company by now, the Starbucks of the juice niche. But it's not, so it's being prettied up for a sale to someone who can create that value. And that's not James White. This is nothing but further good news for long-term sharehoiders.