Shareholder value


Apparently – I went public, or at least my blog did.  And let me tell you, I didn’t make a cent off it.  I guess that all went to the investment bankers.


 


Bryant Likes, our SQLXML MVP from a couple of years ago, bought up all the shares of my blog.  I guess that means he runs the board, etc.  It is unclear to me what my role is now with respect to my blog.   Really feels like I am just the blog founder being pushed off to the side and who doesn’t get to say squat about the daily operations of my blog.  Makes me think I shouldn’t have gone public in the first place.


 


And what really bothers me is my drastic drop of my share price over the summer.  Am I really doing that much of a disservice to my shareholder?  Perhaps I should just resign now… or perhaps a quick link from Scoble or at least Dare could help my share price temporarily.  Then I will have time to figure out the long term vision and business plan for my blog.


Comments (5)

  1. SimonS says:

    Andrew Conrad  has highlighted how his blog has been floated and Bryant Likes has bought…

  2. SimonS says:

    Andrew Conrad  has highlighted how his blog has been floated and Bryant Likes has bought…

  3. Andrew Conrad  has highlighted how his blog has been floated and Bryant Likes has bought…

  4. Andrew Conrad has highlighted how his blog has been floated and Bryant Likes has bought most of the shares.