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2/24/2011 07:02 PM EST
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WKetel   3/2/2011 2:03:13 PM
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I totally concur with "analogsemiguy". At some point a company management needs to consider the requirements of an organizations CUSTOMERS, those folks who actually purchase the organizations product, or else there would not be any (even potential) profit for the shareholders. Not that there is anything wrong with seeking a profit, but it is not the only thing to consider.

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analogsemiguy   3/2/2011 12:59:14 PM
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Such is the trust level of Ramius that one must agree to their disclaimer before being allowed to see their website. Let's hope that abject greed someday soon takes a back seat before it totally ruins America. Lawyers and greed specialists brought us the fall of 2008 with all its consequences (we oaid for their greed, not they), and they are back out there looking out for number one at our expense again!

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