At this point...nothing would surprise me.
The furnaces are built....they have a bunch of very talented people still in place(not talking the C-Suite Waterskiboat)...they've had the time to fix issues at Merrimack/Salem...Apple still wants the glass for the future..
TC could wake up one morning and tell TG to start the ovens again...wouldn't be a grain of sand in the Apple cash hoard. Think about it.....
Waiting for the garage sale......I'd love to know someday all the levels of intrique on this deal.
Matt, You should think about it someday when all the chapters are written.
Interesting....perhaps a bit of GT lightening started this baby. I'd check the video for characters looking like TG and Squiller leaving the scene with empty gas cans in hand.
You gotta be able to laugh about it before you can truly cleanse yourself of this debacle....the TG threats are old and boorish and also counter productive
He is and they are...but he remains with his whole team intact. What does that tell you about where blame lies?
He is also the top executive at GT that won't take existing stock as a form of compensation but is he ultimately going to be the decider of the new companies form?
He ruined GT just because he could...sad but that's the real world.
Bottom line...GT still owns the ideas for a myriad of booming technologies. These shares will in all likelihood become worthless in short order but I won't take the chance that they will. Too much flying around to take that chance..Judges right their own rules!
right next to Squiller and Margolis I presume...I'm sure they could figure something out. Repay the millions lost to all the speculators
Any idea who's the leader in sapphire development? Could be a real score down the road....
TG goes to jail for taking a shot with the biggest company in the world.....hmmm. That used to be the American way....
Now if it's because he enriched himself at Mom and Pops expense then you have a solid...but if that's the meat on the grill, you need to put 90%(maybe more) of the CEO's in the can.
Anybody know what their quoting the bonds at now? Not that it matters until a trade is executed...