While jdsu management gobble up shares and not returning any stock investor benefits...
you have a CEO of Plum Creek Timber Co. that leads through real action.
Rick Holley is CEO of Plum Creek Timber Co. PCL , a Seattle-based real estate investment trust that owns and manages around 6.8 million acres of timberland in 19 states. Today Holley disclosed, via a regulatory filing, that he has returned 44,445 restricted stock units back to the company because “he does not believe that he should receive such an award unless Plum Creek’s stockholders see an increase in their investment return.”
Isn't this the company that did a split and earnings almost on the same day? They created incredible confusion. This should have been a warning to me but unfortunately I ignored this mistake on ddd part. This company seems out of control.
jdsu can fall off a camel in the desert and find sand. So how will they be able to push Kinect 2?
With every Kinect 2 we will give you a pound of cocaine??
jdsu was a company that said they used light.
Whose management was known as not bright
They set out one day
In a relative way
But their stock stayed a horrible fright.
Blake says jdsu will rise
While Pas says jdsu management is not wise
Hedge has a long time frame
Pas remarks it is a bloody shame
And still sees jdsu's ultimate demise
jdsu on January 29th will report
That their profits came in again short.
How inept is this crew?
They make stockholders blue
Since sales never seem to follow through.
These people have no faith in their own company. And for good reason. If you knew how incompetent your team was would you invest in them? I think he knows they are losers.