if you have $100 in the bank and the bank declares a $10 dividend and reduces your $100 to $90 and sends you $10. and on top of that have to pay taxes on the dividend. I ask you are you better off. This is the reason dividends are a tax fraud on investors.
I don't know from published stuff why this stock doesn't go to 45. unless the bag lady gives up the gig. maybe she could join Obamer
DD stock on a downward spiral that will require new leadership to reverse. The sooner the better. Many employees will be fired while the bag lady tries to reverse stock decline but that won't work this time. you need a moral boost. Even the dedicated exempt force has to be polishing their resumes If any employee had performance like the bag lady they would be fired immediatedly
she will be given about 10 million more as a bonus for leaving and draw benefits paid by DD stock holders the rest of her life
The company is speeding up its cost-reduction program to combat the impact of weakening sales, and in January raised its cost-reduction target by $300 million to at least $1.3 billion by 2017.
There doesn't seem to be anything published 11:00 ET to explain how stock price went from nearly $4 down to actual positive in minutes I was just wandering if the bag lady resigned or something.
its time to put some money back io DD and stop taking away. I am in shock at this incompetent management but I guess their compensation is not effected unless it time for another round of bonuses and pay raises
looks like she is trying for $50/share. looks like she has a shot today. the big investors have to have their bellies full of this incompetent CEO. we have to throw her out immediately so this company can grow again. you can only cut so much without affecting the very essence of the company. apparently her concern is her bonuses for cost cutting.
incompetence catches up to everyone trying to be something they are not qualified for.
In something of a surprise move, the company lowered the dividend it raised just last quarter from $0.49 per share per quarter to a new dividend payment of $0.38. At the end of the first quarter of this year DuPont raised its dividend from $0.47 to $0.49.
DuPont (DD - Get Report) shares were on watch after the chemicals company earned $1.18 a share in its second quarter, a penny below estimates, and revenue down nearly 12%. Sales were hit by a stronger U.S. dollar and lower agricultural prices.
save us from this incompetent management especially the over paid bad decision maker. Her leadership is the toilet and she gets bonuses while stock holders go bk and employees are fired. It has been said that Peltz has been talking to some of the BOD about the bag ladies performance being horrible under ever measurement. going to be interesting but I don't think Peltz will be dismissed as a radical fool again so fire works may spark after earning tomrrow.