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oldanwisa 5 posts  |  Last Activity: Jul 7, 2014 3:55 PM Member since: May 2, 1998
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  • Mr. John W. Eaves , 56
    Chief Exec. Officer, Pres, Director, Member of Energy & Environmental Policy Committee and Member of Fin. Committee $2.55M 0.00
    Mr. John T. Drexler , 44
    Chief Financial Officer and Sr. VP 1.30M 0.00
    Mr. Paul A. Lang , 53
    Chief Operating Officer, Exec. VP, Director, Member of Fin. Committee and Member of Energy & Environmental Policy Committee 1.68M 0.00
    Mr. Robert G. Jones , 57
    Sr. VP of Law, Gen. Counsel, Sec., Member of Fin. Committee and Member of Personnel & Compensation Committee 956.00K 0.00
    Mr. Kenneth D. Cochran , 53
    Sr. VP of Operations 726.00K 0.00

  • Reply to

    Niobic value $1.8 billion?

    by uniowner Jun 11, 2014 3:56 PM
    oldanwisa oldanwisa Jun 12, 2014 8:20 AM Flag

    Love u guys: Biobec from 500M now upto $3Billion; I bid $4 billion; all in 24 hours.
    Keep up the good work; I have place a few sell orders at $4.25--hope u guys can get it up to there soon

  • Arch Coal Comments on EPA's Greenhouse Gas Regulations
    10:05a ET June 9, 2014 (PR NewsWire) Print

    Arch Coal, Inc. (NYSE:ACI) issued the following statement as a follow-up to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's proposed greenhouse gas regulations announced on June 2:

    "After analyzing EPA's 645-page proposal and supporting technical documents, it is increasingly evident that the Administration's plan for regulating greenhouse gases would place the U.S. economy at serious risk," said Arch Coal Senior Vice President of Strategy and Public Policy Deck S. Slone.

    "As was demonstrated this past winter, the U.S. power grid is already in a precarious state due to regulation-driven power plant retirements that are just now getting under way. In January and February, energy prices spiked in many regions and blackouts were avoided by the slimmest of margins.

    "Despite these obvious stresses - and the very real costs they are imposing on U.S. consumers - the Administration has proposed another round of regulations that would drive still more plant closures. Most surprising is the fact that the Administration would be willing to pursue such costly regulations without the potential for any discernible impact on greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere.

    "Fortunately, the ultimate authority for addressing greenhouse gas regulations under the relevant provision of the Clean Air Act rests with the states. Many state legislatures and attorneys general have already spoken out in opposition to any plan that threatens to drive up consumer energy costs and force premature power plant closures. The EPA-proposed caps are remarkably punitive for many states - particularly those that house America's manufacturing base. We and many others will continue to encourage the states to stand their ground against EPA's efforts to impose a costly new program that goes far beyond what the law allows.

    America cannot shrink its way

  • Reply to

    Cramer's Street : IAG one of three TOP picks !1

    by glassnost Jun 5, 2014 1:01 PM
    oldanwisa oldanwisa Jun 9, 2014 11:16 AM Flag

    Cramer would not change his rating, overnight, from SELL to BUY unless he knew or had some clue that some behind the scenes activity ( sale , divesting of Niobec ?, etc) waa around the corner.

  • oldanwisa oldanwisa May 8, 2014 8:57 AM Flag

    Only an idiot would think this is a good report !
    Yes it has been spun to appear good to amateurs but not to OLDER farts like me

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