rob....I usually ignore idiots, but, you are beyond stupid. Read your post and then think about it! Have a good evening!
It is now clear that the NSAM 'spin' did not 'enhance shareholder's value' nor was it 'in the best interest of shareholders' as it was communicated and touted by the management team. It has become increasingly obvious that it was designed to 'enhance managements wealth' at the expense of shareholders! I would imagine that Hamo and his team have more than their reputation to be concerned about! The conflicts of interest are numerous! IMHO
Ba2, with a negative outlook! I wonder who is paying them?
It has more loopholes than crochet sweater! and.....it is voluntarily monitored and enforced by the industry! Too many politicians on the take! The only hope is a complete changeover in Washington, DC! Vote appropriately! Good luck all Longs!
Andy has finally gotten the message! I am not one bit concerned. Good news ahead and no 'overpromising headwinds' to worry about! Be sure you have your long positions in place before the conference call and certainly before the next financials!
Since you aren't going to 'communicate anything' until Goldman tells you what to do, I guess that opens the door for stockholders to simply speculate. Just a thought, take a look at the actual voting results from last year. As I recall, you were the only senior management individual to not be humiliated by the votes cast! Don't expect to be treated so kindly this year! You will always be remembered as the greed driven CEO who destroyed a company. Always had stockholders best interests in mind? Just curious how the $140m+ pay package for senior management last year was in stock holders best interest? IMHO
So, when a mob decides to burn down part of a major city and nothing is done....what is that all about? Or another mud slime trys to murder a police officer in Philadelphia and the focus by city officials is to first point out that the crime wasn't driven by religion? (despite the fact that the criminal himself says it was) and so on! Is there no common sense on the left?
I would think the company would at least put out a comment on the findings. As best one can tell the company won on several points, however, there were no damages awarded to PW. Lesson learned.....if you are going to file a civil case in the other guy's backyard, use local attorneys who know the judges as well! The Appalachia, is well known for the buddy system! ' Don't care much for big city folks!' My take is that PW (or should I say PW stockholders) will have to eat all of the legal costs for the litigation! IMHO
It was obvious that Sanofi was promoting their alternatives while dragging their feet on Mankind's Afrezza!
King, I apologize for my previous comment! I agree that the ARP/ATLS relationship is a real concern! They each need to fly (or not) on their own!
Fn, You are really running out of material........!
If and when the details of the 'Healthcare' offering become available, it will be interesting to see how much of the 'buy' came from NRF funds?!
Coltred, No need to defend John Ripoff at Moodys! Had the downgrade been announced with the rest of the oil patch, so be it! But Christmas eve, an hour before the close after ARP has finally reestablished itself above the $1 mark? ....Coincidence, I think not! IMHO!
Says a lot about the SEC! Another total waste of taxpayer's money. Nothing but a political machine!
Scrooge must be working late at the Moody's office on Christmas Eve! I think they have been saving this downgrade in the event that ARP traded above $1! Baah..Humbug!