What kind of a person bails out on his company when they need him to show confidence in its future?
Apparently, a Dickey.
While they are feeding the happy talk radio trade press with PR when their stock goes up a few cents, they are certainly not talking about what I’m going to tell you here.
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- He didn’t – did he? Yes, one of the Dickeys sold large numbers of Cumulus shares just as the price was in free fall and analysts were trashing it.
- What other Cumulus insider started selling stock the very next day.
- Wall Street has really turned on Cumulus and the Dickeys are so sensitive about it they have launched a bullshit campaign to prop up their stock – details.
- Be warned – the chance of a Cumulus bankruptcy has just changed again.
- The bad news about a revenue turnaround and the implications for Cumulus employees by April.
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