Freddy in Napa today and I don't drink what a waste. We need to trust Adams since he is ultimately making the decision. I've made this type of decision before and trust me he will not take this responsibly lightly. His decision will be the goose that can lay the golden egg. Trust me, it is someone he has dealt with before that he knows will produce I trust his decision maybe since I've been there. Freddy didn't you look from within where you had molded yourself?
kitty, don't think I would be short selling this stock going forward? But it's all about "risk", pain and glory. will be interested in how the stock reacts after the closing of Auxillum tomorrow if it closes. probably be after closing of the market so it might be Friday or Monday like you said.
I posted the above yesterday. Closing of Auxillum is suppose to be towmorrow. Don't expect the naming of CEO tomorrow. It will be interesting to see how the stock reacts tomorrow.
TV, its not because I haven't tried. It's like pulling teeth sometimes. It's great to see kitty, freddy and using more active lately.
don't use the 29th as the drop dead date of something being announced about the CEO. Watch the movement on the 29th, generally people know inside information even though it's illegal. look at today when Auxillum shareholders voted to accept the buyout. ACRX moved upward.
kitty, next bailout will be insurance companies that are issuing medical insurance policies through ObamaCare. Section 1342 was established when insurance companies balked. They knew in advance they couldn’t possibly be able to offer ObamaCare’s policies at such low-low prices without soon incurring huge-huge losses.In order to make ObamaCare work (by suckering millions of gullible Americans into thinking it was free or cheap), the White House and Democrats in Congress told insurance companies they had to offer affordable policies.Section 1342 will remind you of those sweet deals, your talking about, that the big New York financial companies got when they and their pals in Congress teamed up to make the economy collapse in 2007-2008.
Those “too-big-to-fail” banks — and don’t forget GM — got their federal-taxpayer bailouts at the back end. Under Obama, the bailouts for insurance companies come at the front end.
We all remember those promises from Washington that “it will never happen again.” Well, it’s going to — in a very big way. Section 1342 ultimately will cost American taxpayers tens of billions.
possible profit taking tomorrow, but after the closing of Auxillum Pharm sale on the 29th there will be continues speculation on new CEO. My opinion is that there are only good things ahead.
using, I'm sorry, correct : the older I get the grumpyer I get . I'm not as sharp as I was a twenty and I'm #$%$ about it. Sorry again trigger straightened me out.
using, I guess that this is just your opinion that the Board can't find anyone better than him? Please view ACRX's board again and read their past and current experience. please explain, base on the direction that ACRX has state they are going (by Adam not rushing to replacing VP responsilbe for commercialization).Your are right about them not being concerned about the approval process; so what makes you believe that he is not correct for the CEO job? I guess it is that you think I know "nothing". You could be right, but I have been sucessful based on taking risk throughout my 80 years. I hope I'm wrong so that you can again say that the old man knows "nothing". It is more important for me to win in the end.
Kitty, things are now lining up to make alot of sense now. Adam will receive a minimum of $20 million has no interest on being a CEO and work hard on a daily basis. He will have a great pool to pick from and Glickman just makes alot of sense. The stock is reacting in a down overall market on the date the shareholders voted in favor of the buyout of Auxillum by Endo. I would think that there will be profit taking tomorrow but will continue to increase on the 29th which is the proposed date of the closing of the purchase. the 30th is the day that Endo is to make decisions on employees in the management office. Endo has already promoted one of the Auxillum managers so I don't think they are keeping anyone else.
still, always a possiblity. legalize gambling, place your bets and spin the wheel.
Kitty, It just make allot of sense. As you know I have been a fan for Glickman and since Adams and he go back even before Auxillum he seems little a natural pick by Adams? I hope I'm right but it is just an educated guess. We should hear in the next week. Glickman has some ties to the Bay Area, through prior employment, with a great opportunity to hit is big with a compensation package from ACRX.
Kitty, the movement is right in line to the closing on the 29th of Auxillum Pharma. The package does not include Glickman which leads me to believe he is not becomming wealth over the buyout. He will be free to announce any change in employement after the 29th closing. I'm still sticking with him as the new CEO, but this is just and educated guess.
Sascha Retailleau form S.F. He owns a company called Element Product Design. Met him a few years back when he was in graduate school at Stanford. I remember him as a smart cookie with visionary ideas. If I remember correctly, he was one of the leaders of a think tank sponsored by the school of engineering given the power of designing and projecting forecasts for a mission to Mars 15 years ago. Funny to find him named on all of the device patents for ACRX.