September 18, 2001

To Be or not to Be - again

Author: JT Smith

Kelly McNeill writes "Play armchair CEO for a moment and imagine that you are president of a high profile publicly traded technology company that despite creating an incredible product, can never seem to get ahead. Your company is on the verge of filing bankruptcy, but manages to save face by finding a purchaser of your assets. Although now relieved in the knowledge that your company is finally saved, you suddenly learn that the buyout may go sour due to potential investor disapproval of the fact that your stock slipped below the minimum $1 per share Nasdaq requirement. You're thinking that you are leading the charge at Be, Inc., right? Okay right, now what do you do?"


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