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Or you can quit working for the company.

   I don't work for the company any more. Haven't for years. And that's what worries me ... 

However, as a shareholder, you do have shareholder rights (not much, but some). If you think that the management is running the company into the ground, then perhaps you can vote on a new board of directors who will straighten the management out.

They don't let the employees (much less former employees) vote on much that involves company policy, and I never remember voting for board members. And that's the whole point ... I don't like the current board or the company president, or the direction that they're taking the company in. They have an advisory board made up of employees but I never thought the company board gave the employee board much credence.
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