More than $21 billion in equity for BABA from Institutions but nothing for us?!
Why are BBCZ-holders so acquiescent?
When and why did you start an investigation with the Securities Exchange Commission?
Do you personally know "Cinderella" Wu? How do you know more about the company than me?
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Group is the name listed in the 10-K as the owner of 78.6% of HERB.
Gansu Yasheng Industrial Group (600108.SS) is also mentioned elsewhere.
The similarity in names is a source of confusion it seems.
Gansu Yasheng Industrial (Group) announces shareholding structure change
Friday, 27 Jun 2014 08:00pm EDT
Gansu Yasheng Industrial (Group) Co Ltd:Says second biggest shareholder, a Gansu-based chemical group company, will transfer 9.01 pct stake in the company to a Gansu-based agricultural asset operation company without charge.The agricultural asset operation company will hold 9.01 pct stake (175,371,852 shares) in the company, while chemical group company will hold no stake.
artif: I've been reviewing 10-Ks before 2010 but haven't yet found "when they reported ownership of
365 million shares of Gansu Yasheng Industrial on their balance sheets." Please direct me to their
reported ownership you cited in your Message dated April 24.
However, I'm noticing other inconsistencies.
My growing suspicion is that your posted opinion may be close to the truth.
I've been reviewing 10-Ks before 2010 but haven't yet found "when they reported ownership of
365 million shares of Gansu Yasheng Industrial on their balance sheets." I'm noticing other
inconsistencies however. Please direct me to their reported ownership you cite. My growing
suspicion is that your opinion may unfortunately be close to the truth.
I gather the reason you don't want to expose HERB chicken-thieves now
is that you're seeking to avoid huge personal capital losses.
Why should regulators permit continued trading in a major flimflam here?
At least bring on the class-action lawyers next week!
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Peracca is a French national with Italian origins, fluent in both languages. He is a member of
the Financial Executives International Association and has been involved with various non-profit
Organizations and Community events. He enjoys traveling around the world to stay in touch
with his relatives and friends and is an outdoors enthusiast.
Before starting his finance career, Peracca studied initially in France in an engineering school, Ecole Superieure d’Ingenieurs de Marseille, where he graduated in 1980 as an Electronics/Computer Science Engineer. His first job was in Doha, Qatar where he worked for the Ministry of Public Health on a primary health care project as the computer department and data processing manager. After three-plus years in the job he decided to leave to complete his MBA. In 1985 he graduated from Columbia University with a finance major and was recruited by Hewlett-Packard to work in their European headquarters in Geneva where he stayed seven and a half years, occupying various financial management functions at the corporate and sales level. In 1993 he was asked to take the role of controller of the manufacturing and development operations in Bergamo, Italy and a few months later was asked to add to his responsibility the role of finance and administrative director of the Italian Sales Region. In 1996 he moved to California to become the worldwide controller of the Commercial Channel Organization at HP. He then took over the controller position of the newly created Home PC Division and was then promoted to the position of CFO of the overall PC & Appliances Business, a role he kept until the merger of HP with Compaq in May 2002. At that time he was asked to assist the CFO of the joint PC Business in the new HP and was assigned the responsibility of Mobility and Emerging Technologies Controller. On June 30, 2003 he left HP to join Microsoft as the CFO of the Windows Client Business.
Biography from Walker's Research
As the corporate vice president of Audit at Microsoft, Alain Peracca oversees the Internal Audit
Department with the principal charge of ensuring that management has designed and implemented
sound internal controls of compliance and business ethics. As an independent, objective source of
assurance and consultation, he adds value by bringing a systematic, disciplined and balanced approach
to evaluate and improve the effectiveness of risk management, control and governance processes.
He reports his findings and recommendations to senior management and the Audit Committee.
Peracca joined Microsoft in 2003 as the chief financial officer of the Windows Client Organization,
one of Microsoft’s then-seven business divisions, and responsible for approximately 30 percent of
corporate revenues, a position that he occupied until March 2006.
Does he currently work for Microsoft?
Alain Peracca was born in 1956. Alain currently lives in Seattle .
Before that, he lived in Palm Springs , CA from 2006 to 2011.
Lebec is an unincorporated area and census-designated place (CDP) in Kern County, California. It is one of the Mountain Communities of the Tejon Pass, and the home of the Tejon Ranch Company. Lebec is 40 miles (64 km) south of Bakersfield. The population was 1,468 at the 2010 census, up from 1,224 at the 2000 census.
According to the United States Census Bureau, Lebec has an area of 15.3 square miles (39.7 km²).
The community, which is in the Tejon Pass, lies at an elevation of 3,481 feet (1,061 m).
The first post office opened in 1895, having been transferred from Tejon. Lebec is named in honor of Peter Lebeck or Lebecque, who was killed by a bear nearby in 1837, and is memorialized in an epitaph at
Old Fort Tejon, found carved on an old oak tree. Wikipedia has more info if you're interested.
Sentiment: Strong Sell
Good report! This past Labor Day weekend would have been a better
observation period don't you think? I suggest posing as a prospective buyer
for a home in Tejon Mountain Village to see how its development is doing
next time you pass by. Thank you for your report.
China Pediatric Pharma has failed to timely file its 10-Q. This has ominous implications for BBCZ.
An unsecured loan to a third party was due to be paid in August.
(From previous 10-Q Notes:) On December 15, 2013, the Company provided a loan of $1,937,265
(RMB 12,000,000) to an arm’s length party. The loan was unsecured, interest bearing at 2% per month,
principal and interest totaling $2,079,213 was repaid in full on March 14, 2014. During the three months
ended March 31, 2014, the Company recognized interest income of $95,460 with respect to this loan.
On March 25, 2014, the Company provided a loan of $4,903,804 (RMB 30,000,000) to the same
arm’s length party. The loan is unsecured, interest bearing at 2% per month, principal and interest
are to be repaid in full in August, 2014. During the three months ended March 31, 2014,
the Company recognized interest income of $22,231 with respect to this loan.
Hemp fiber is quite flammable and can even be used to make a fuse. (Wikipedia) A slow match is a very slow-burning fuse consisting of a hemp or cotton rope saturated with an oxidizer such as potassium nitrate. Slow matches are used as a source of fire for manually lighting other devices