This week Lew Dickey is preparing to face Cumulus shareholders again.
I’m sure he’ll talk Nash and Nash Icons and platforms, economies of scale, new opportunities and the other bullshit failing CEOs usually spew.
On the eve of this meeting new evidence has surfaced for which shareholders should hold Dickey accountable.
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- Why Chipotle shareholders have the right idea and it should be used against Lew Dickey for excessive executive compensation. Details.
- Why is the decline of your stations being suppressed from shareholders and the public?
- How bad Cumulus audience losses are in the critical major markets – after all, this guy wants to buy CBS, God forbid. Some questions you should ask Lew.
- For the first time we know the overall audience loss for all rated Cumulus markets. Hold him accountable with these numbers.
- What’s behind those Westwood One firings – over 10 more people whacked and more offered part-time on Friday alone. What’s the end game?
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