Reckless driving tickets, upsetting his neighbors, lazily not taking care of his property and turning it into Sanford and sons, having no comment for the reporter when asked why, ignoring shareholders request for an annual meeting, not caring about shareholder opinions and instead doing things his way.
In time, arrogance always loses.
As for my own opinion, I'd rather him learn the hard way. I'm actually delighted in knowing, with absolute certainty, that this idiot will lose his entire investment and have less money in the bank than what he had before. It couldn't happen to a better person. Yay!!!
According to the news report, "dozen of people showed up to the meeting". Would seem of dozens showed up to the meeting, that the beef is legitimate. One thing about selling shares, since Nanologix isn't registered with the SEC, management doesn't have to disclose whether they sell their shares. They could do it and nobody would know a thing. Personally, I believe Bret has been selling his shares for years. He's bought up a lot of things since he's become CEO. All of the sudden he has money. Hmmmm.
There's no good news, just creative writing that gives you the perception of good news. Been going on for years. The English literacy rate in this country is atrocious. People don't know how to comprehend basic sentences anymore. You've been bamboozled. It's just about over.
Wow. Listen closely to that story. "When asked why it's taken so long, he offered no comment". This is his MO with everything. Like the gentleman in the video stated, "the goal is to try to get him to do something". That pretty much says it all. Bret is not manager material. He knows he's not. He took over nanologix because he saw an opportunity to make a lot of money, and he has made a lot of money by issuing himself millions of stock grants. Time for him to step down or taken to court.
Wow! Excellent find. It's clear that if he can't manage his own life, he has no business managing a public company. Time someone contacts Delaware.
Nobody here cares about Mitch Felder. Seriously, you've got nothing...and you're boring.
There's a total of 3 people on the other board with about 3 statements that are made per week. Each statement is concerned with the subject matter of "bashing". lol You've got nothing. Current share price: 4 year low. Talk amongst yourselves. lol.
Oh poor poor Shabby, the way you try to interpret legalese is so laughable to me. smh. I'm not even going to dignify the stupidity in your comment. My gosh lol.
Simple question that all can participate in:
Was Bret the CEO (employed) of Nanologix when he invented the flat-packs? Were the flat-packs used specifically to accommodate the storage of a Nanologix product?
If yes, then the answer to this great mystery is simply...he should assign ownership of the flat-packs to the rightful owner (the company) before he finds himself in a nasty lawsuit that I highly doubt he'll win.
"In the United States, the inventor owns the patent rights unless the invention is created in the course of employment or under the terms of an employment contract where the employer is entitled to some or all rights in the invention. The owner of an application or patent can sell, assign or license all or part of its rights to others at any time. Suitable assignees or licensees should be able to offer money, technical help, business expertise, manufacturing assistance, or access to valuable markets in exchange for receiving patent rights."
I'd post the link to this legal source but Yahoo doesn't permit links. You'll just have to actually do some DD which I'm well aware is very difficult for many that are here to do.
I really enjoy it when you call me an idiot. I truly do. Every time you do, I simply look at the share price and have a good hearty laugh and realize that you're losing money and I'm not. It brings me pleasure. Thank you.
I'm the one that discovered that long before anyone so I have a little bit more knowledge of this subject than the average bear. Parents is Peggy Wood, the daughter of Margaret Wood.; Margaret was an attorney, Peggy never was. After reading Peggy's terrible understanding of basic law, it's plain to see that she is nothing more than an imposter; sadly using her mother in laws career as her own. In any event, Margaret never had much of a career as an attorney.