The investing community seems to have given a no-confidence vote to SF's current management team. Despite teases of upcoming deals and greatly improving revenues, not too many are buying the line.
Hopefully, if they can't present a detailed and concrete scenario of considerable improvement in the next couple of weeks, they might consider stepping aside. I'm not sure I've heard of other companies losing money for 15 years who pay their execs so lavishly. When they dilute to meet expenses, i.e., their salaries, they're taking money from us and giving it to themselves.
They've had their shots, the only thing holding them back is themselves. If Mark would step aside, become Chairman of the Board, say, his salary could be used to hire two ambitious up and comers, or maybe one and a couple of salespeople. I'm not sure at all what George does to market the SF legacy products because we've not been made aware of any marketing activity.
Anyway, hoping for the best in the next couple of weeks, but let's stop moving the goalposts and enabling the status quo.
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