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  • Sold 10k at 17.385. Still way up from what I originally bought in and gals to be out. I'm sure I'll regret but tired of seeing my money doing NOTHING. #$%$ you Ricci! Hope you die spending your profits.
  • Just sold 11,532 shares at $17.40. Looks like support right here as typically the bid/ask goes down with an order like this. Executed instantaneously. My reason for selling some??? Take a look at Seagate. Earnings miss, CEO steps down and layoffs. Seems like that is where we're headed!
  • Watch PYPL, i bought some at 59 with some of my NUAN money. They have partnered with everybody recently, AAPL and SAMSUNG and BIDU are recent wins. Upgrades to follow and Cramer talks it up day and night.
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  • Of all the companies that could have been attacked by the malware, I happen to have a huge stake in one of them (and likely the worst) How lucky for me!!!!
  • HIPAA HIPAA hooray! Our lawyers are working tirelessly to cover our #$%$
  • Comment here if you think an outside CEO should be hired.
  • Our only chance at higher prices is a buyout I believe. Otherwise we're now dead money with earnings/rev revisions through Q4. Ricci can now pass his ineptitude off on a cyber attack as he exits the building.
  • I wonder what inspired these two newbie Bloomberg reporters to solely do a hack job on Nuance, rather than actually researching and reporting something meaningful about cyber security and responses across the emerging medical space. But admittedly that would have required some real work and effort, which is likely asking too much.
  • Halted.
  • So I hung my hat on Ricci's CC comments on the next 2 Q's guidance and this happens. We're told that Q4 will also be impacted. Well, the malware has lasted longer into Q4 than it was at the end of Q3 so imagine this revisions that they are working on that will slap us silly for next Q. Retire already!
  • NUAN suspended trading? For the sake of the longs here I hope it is a buyout!
  • Question for IR, did I misinterpret your email to me regarding the impacts of the malware attack? I think not! You should be prosecuted for lack of transparency! I think that's coming. Unbelievably disappointing all around. Ricci got his money so what does he have to stress about? Frankenberg and Co just need to keep their noses clean to keep getting their stock rewards. Easy game if you are on the first string!
  • So after reading the "hit" piece from Bloomberg Technology, it seems certain Nuance will take a beating from the cyber attack. But one thing I've learned from my years of trading is that it will probably do the opposite. I think the attack is baked in!
  • Again...does anyone here think Ricci would have filed the 8K had Bloomberg not written their piece? I think not! Pure BS
  • Ok...just read the 8k! The attack hit just a couple of days before the end of the Q yet they claim as much as a .05 miss and up to $20 million rev hit? Something ain't right
  • If Bloomberg Technology didn't come out with heir piece, Ricci and scam would still be quiet. They were called out but were hoping to keep us in the dark. I've called this mess from day one and was told by IR that They were reading my posts on the Yahoo message board and I was wrong. I can't tell you how #$%$ I am with this POC
  • I can't even get out of 5000 shares at $17.35! What a worthless POS
  • Malware baked in?????? looks like it's not:( Oh the pain of it all. This has to be the most pitiful performance I've ever seen! Over and out
  • Never in my wildest dreams did I think we'd see the $16's again:(
  • Also, has anyone considered that these hack jobs - at their core a form of corporate espionage - are possibly being carried out or commissioned by competitors operating in the same space with the aim of benefiting materially due to the reputational damage exacted on their business rivals? (Didn't the Bloomberg article allude to how some competitors of Nuance may already be benefiting from this illicit act?) This angle certainly seems worthy for journalistic follow-up and discussion, but once again is probably too deep or weighty for the two newbie reporters at Bloomberg to stumble upon or consider.