Could be read as more bad news..
or another crfceo conspiracy theory....
I decided to google martin, fcc and korea just to see if there was any news from over there or a mention of his return...and although it may be meaningless, it could also prove to be meaningful. So. I'll put it out there so we all have the same information, and each person can decide for themselves.
Apparently Martin held an impromptu press conference in korea this week...yet no stories on it are available. They have been censored (I'm talking about the korean story) and although the limited information I have states that Martin met with members of the American media, not a single story has been published.
Might he have leaked something that has caused the selloff?
This would have coincided with the exact date of Goldmans downgrade, which may turn out to have been a coincidence also.
All this creates many questions in my mind. Who did Martin give an interview to? Was any article published and retracted? Censored? Was this information available to a limited number of people who now are betting on merger denial based on inside information? Is this the reason for the selloff?
And by the way, if you are thinking as I did that it's just a coincidental dead link (for the 1 news story seemingly published) here's the Korean Times. There is no mention...
you can't really think that
crfceo, first of all I have to say you do find good information and do put it out. That being said you have to stop the conspiracy theories. I can say if you think about this logically. This would have nothing to do with the drop in price. Why, well simple Martin is not going to tell anybody, much less reporters about the SIRI/XMSR merger, if he expected to keep it silent. If he had anything to say about it that he did not want mentioned he would not have held any press conference period. Come on do you really think any reporter is going to keep anything to themselves, No you wouldn't and nether would Martin. Just another piece of common sense.