They did say at the go to market strategy that they where sticking with the forecast so lets see if they get operating costs way down like they plan and eps going higher the bigger question is can they grow any revenues
The opportunities to sell the company was thrown away by the self indulgent board and management and now we have a share price at a 6 year low no opportunity to sell and employees who are discouraged and a CEO who really is a CEO of a different company that was a board member so we should all expect the same old stuff..pretty frustrating being a shareholder let alone if you where a employee
Aria Partners discloses it holds options to buy a 14.7% stake in Aeropostale (ARO -2.1%).
The bet from the hedge fund is based in part in confidence in Aeropostale CEO Julian Geiger who is a year into his second stint at the helm of the retail chain.
They could fetch $10 to Dell
If he opens his eyes he will see that nobody cares about this company its too small..I guess all his shorts didn't have to cover since it has only traded 145 shares so far THIS COMPANY NEEDS TO BE SOLD
They are too small to gain any traction to become a meaningful player they are better served under the Dell umbrella or IBM They could fetch $10/share right now
okay your always right. I own shares and I pretty sure you thought this would be closer to 10 right now with the nasdaq at all time highs but there is about 30 stocks that is moving the market and everything else is a dog.
its over for DWCH too small nobody cares and nobody needs to cover even with good numbers if it goes up 50 cents it will come right back down the next day with light volume
I think every coal company has been completely mismanaged beyond belief
I don't think a good earnings report will put that much of a short squeeze on the stock but any rumor of being put up for sale will put them in panic mode. I think they will need good numbers and super guidance to make a real difference.
Jefferies maintains a Hold rating and $2.50 price target on Aeropostale, Inc. (NYSE: ARO) after attending the ARO BTS merchandise preview. Analyst Randal Konik views one of the biggest changes for BTS is the plan to reduce SKU counts, while increasing the inventory depth behind each item.
Konik commented, "We attended the ARO BTS merchandise preview, hosted by key members of the mgmt team, including CEO Julian Geiger. Mgmt was optimistic about the BTS product & the potential for meaningful improvement in 2H. Still, we feel that the turn will be gradual, and see visibility as limited. Further, while inventory allocation processes have been improved, we still see some risk to margins with inventory units planned up for BTS.
These guys get paid 100's of thousands of dollars to make bad decisions. The worst thing about it is that Extreme could have been sold to a bigger player 10 times over but the BOD and Management would rather keep it and see how long they can milk it and run a company
Lets hope Meyercord leaned from the idiot Berger he sounded pretty confident on the quarter and made it clear he was going to get estimates realistic
I agree that the old Extreme could have easily been sold for $5. I also think the new Extreme could fetch little more but that's a tall order from 2.48 to 6. I don't think we be in this position if Berger didn't puff up estimates and then under deliver. One thing I have to say about Extreme is that they have all the pieces from switching to wireless so they are a good fit with a bigger company I thought it would be a nice fit for Lenovo since they want to be a HP type company
I actually think EXTR would have been done if it wasn't for Enterasys what they got was something they where missing and misstepped a complete WIRELESS solution