No. of Recommendations: 2
Our board considered the advisory severance proposal…which received majority approval…and determined that our existing severance agreement policy was in the best interest of all stockholders. If it (the board) changed our policy…we could be put at a competitive disadvantage.”

What's that mean in non-corporate speak? Drop dead!



Hi eeii!

Well, the last time I looked, the stockholders elect board members......so, if enough CD stockholders don't like what they do, and actually DO something about it, they'll be gone. It can happen...look at FLML.


Regards,
Murph

(long both FLMF and CD )
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