between pnnt and ozm, I chose ozm in 2010. pnnt couldn't break 9.50 and ozm broke 10.
that was a long time ago and I heard ozm had some troubles since. just curious.
of course! And his ideas as to how to improve will be ignored just like the last CFO,
so after a while, he'll find better employment elsewhere, where he'll be listened to.
are you serious? remember that if it's made outside the US, the profit has to stay there?
and KFP3 in China, most will stay there cuz he made a special deal there. What's UP?
Is he doing the tax thing or running? how ya doin' orange?
agreed the turnaround merits promise, but the balance sheet still needs work. still upsidedown,
but improving the equity. the plant/equipment depreciation is killing the assets and where is the
addition for rainbow, maybe just inventory? Also, I'm surprised they haven't jumped on the
"refi the debt train" yet, they still have $1Bil. in 8% and 6.75% loans due 2016 and 2021.
Maybe some work at home before they reinvest more for new problems?
past experience was the fees came out of the total, then the split up happens.
anyway, what's keeping the pps afloat? controlled selling? stuck at 20.
welcome, another insight, they, at their site, told me last year that they
have an average net of about 35% from the gross film rev.. that was
during the paramount days, so fox may have changed that for them.
sure seems like alot more law firms are popping up with suits each day.
I guess the next pop will be in 3/15 for penguins. how loooow will it go.?
would you say their originals are working? didn't think so. Classic was bought
for the library which gives them content for the TV things and possible movies
like P&S. Oops, that didn't work so good either. Probably was a fondness for
the oldies that led Katz to go there, which I share, but how to exploit the works?
Led by the man who tossed Pixar out the door at Dis, explains some of it.
Don't know how they're going to dig themselves out of this hole they're in, but
it needs to be sooner than later. Any news on New Jersey, Minn. or China?
Last year they decided to use an "average" number for the costs
for all the movies. they may change that number each year. that's why.
also it would seem that the luxury experience with alcohol at a
higher price is not paying off for amc or regal as cinemark beat
bottom and top and amc & regal missed with less traffic.
sorry, I must be missing something. the div. is down from 13%, the pps is 20% over book,
and the debt level is climbing vs. the income. Sure, the pps is down from the last div.,
but with div. desire comes longer term as it's quarterly. Why a buy?
good point. this would be the most beneficial time to sell something.
As you said, "the question is what?" They certainly have alot of banners
to think about. Wonder if symphony/cerebrus might jump in. that's
can't be sure, but the TSA is going down it seems, 80mil to 50. Only good for
a few more quarters. If it were to settle around 30mil, they should be able to
create that with Rainbow, couple retail and more wholesale. some went to be
As SAL's the current winner and independents are the losers, wouldn't they
up the winner and try to fix or eliminate the loser instead of sell the winner?
Don't know how they would fix them, but wouldn't they have some control
over them because of branding?
more like met! kindof balanced on the numbers.
identical sales up, independent gross down.
TSA down, interest expense down.
gotta give Duncan some credit here. If they
can get the Rainbow stores going before the
TSA runs out, the REV. may balance out.
wait and see.
called downtown to be sure. No, it cannot be repriced during the offering.
They might try again after 7/15, the offering close. I believe you came in
at a good price. The "net asset value" of $9.81 has an effect on the quality
of the offering in the company's eyes. Above that, they have benefits.
heck no, BOM has it 13% down yr-yr. just shy of Q1/14 now.
what will the numbers be? below estimates? could be.
careful, this stock has a history of bouncing well off the bottoms
on the way down. Although D2 should have good legs, think also
about the year's revenue/profit. Up on 3 flics a year, down on flops.
Heck, I'm trying to figure how both ncmi and rgc have negative equity and
liabilities higher than their market caps and are still alive ,not to mention the rise in PPS's.
must just be the short covering being forced? or dividend buyers looking for safety?