For the slow-witted: I'm saying that if there is a Microsoft deal, it won't be for all of AMD. The graphics and gaming divisions will be sold to Microsoft, the creditors will get a partial payment on the debt, and the shareholders will be left to rot.
It's not making money from anything else, either. You do the math.
I post this to make you better informed. Your money in my pocket makes me feel better.
No, just a crazy person.
AMD has cash. It's always had cash. It's never had anything profitable to do with it.
So don't expect a cash infusion. Allowing AMD to burn more cash would be insane, and giving them more cash won't make them suddenly innovative. Nor will a reorganization.
And nothing that happens to AMD can be painful to me. The whole thing can be acquired for pennies on the dollars I've pocketed. I will never have to cover.
AMD doesn't have a choice. It will have to dump assets, burn the cash, then go bankrupt.
The Friday Afternoon Rumor Mill takes another victim in AMD longs.
"The first thing I did was to reach out to both AMD and NVIDIA for comment on this story. AMD's Drew Praire responded, 'We haven't said this and I wouldn't expect we would talk about our supplier arrangement on future products publicly.'"
I'll send it to your shrink, because if you believe there's anyone lining up to buy this broken piece of junk you're a crazy person.
It was an obvious lie, so it made the pumpers' dishonesty obvious as well.
The Feds will be hanging around, though.
Highlight of his day, if you don't count having his catheter changed.
Everyone go google that company name. They will show you how this is done. The sellable assets are bundled up and sold for a song to handpicked cronies, then the company, just a shell and some crumbled detritus with lots of bills it can't pay, is run through a Chapter and the shareholders are left with voided certificates.
You own less than nothing, AMD longs. And nobody involved in running this company is doing a thing to make sure you ever get anything back.
Amazon best-seller sales ranking is based on recent sales. Ignore the trolls.
"rank is not representative of cumulative sales (or overall sales volume), but more on how a product has been selling very recently compared to others in it’s category"
"the Bestsellers Rank is calculated hourly, but sometimes there is a lag between an increase in sales, and an improvement in a ranking. This lag is usually no more than 2 or 3 hours"
"As the Amazon Bestsellers Rank is relative to other products in a category, an increase in sales alone isn’t enough to increase rankings. To increase the Bestsellers Rank, your product must sell more units than other products in your category."
"a newly released [product] can have a higher ranking than [one] released three years ago, even when the latter has more cumulative sales"
Just. Shut. Up.