Discussion in 'Olympus Forum' started by Michael Penn, Oct 17, 2011.
BBC News - Olympus shares plunge 22% after it suddenly fires CEO
Stock exchange is ruling the world, nowadays. And it has little to do with real world.
It depends on what you're qualifying as the "real world", considering there are people protesting in many major cities around the world. Others, simply want a company to be around for support.
Ex-Olympus chief questioned payments - FT.com
I read about this, as well, in the NY Times. Let's hope for clarity and facts.
Olympus stock down almost 50%, disappearing Cayman Islands offshore accounts, organized crime acquisitions… | Photo Rumors
Yup, should have added a line or two... It was a sad comment: share value does not always relate to the value of work and products. Don't know what's going on at Olympus, but I'm sure someone is making money on these fluctuations, and I could also think that something is happening on pourpose. Users and workers pay the fee, that is what I meant with "real". Perhaps someone is interested in aquiring Olympus, now it's cheaper.
There is an interesting story in the NYTimes today outlining some aspects of this complicated drama. The FBI is looking into the matter since American companies were involved.
2 Japanese Bankers at Heart of Olympus Fee Inquiry
Going from bad to worse:
Olympus - the Gods fall from the Mountain | Pixiq
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