Commentary: Anatomy Of A Shareholder SlaughterJanet Rae-Dupree
It's impossible for anyone to be on top of every niggling detail of a company's finances. But when securities analysts and a publicly held company on a buying binge ignore obvious warning signs in public financial statements, then it's time for investors to complain. After all, it's shareholders who feel the pain when the truth comes out.
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