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November 16, 2012
That's Where The Money Is
Continuing with some more short links for today, those of you who are interested in what small-stock operators can get up to will enjoy this one, from Adam Feuerstein. What should have been about a $50 million dollar infusion of cash for a small nutritional-supplement company turned into an $18 million dollar infusion of cash. Where, you ask, did the rest of the money go? Read the fine print, and remember, this sort of thing goes on a lot, although it's rarely quite so blatant as this cynical rip-off. Something to keep in mind when you hear about a distressed small company being "rescued".
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