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tzeshan said:The federal agency that regulates media should act now.
seanismorris said:christophb said:I don’t see anything influencing Bloomberg into publishing tangible evidence until this impacts their bottom line. If they stick to their guns, we could see some changes to libel laws or SEC & FTC access to confidential sources and data.
Damages are easily quantified in the stock price plunge. We’re talking about 100s of millions. I don’t see how Bloomberg can “stick to there guns”. This was supposedly a year long investigation by them that ended in a bombshell report. They must have planned follow up articles. The fact we’re getting crickets is damning. I assume what we’re seeing is already covered by libel laws, but they’re generally ignored when it’s about companies. A complete retraction seems logical and would probably be good enough for everyone but Super Micro.
Bloomberg is probably also looking at a fine by the agencies. They generally give slaps on wrists...
anantksundaram said:christophb said:CheeseFreeze said:anantksundaram said:CheeseFreeze said:Pink is for girls, blue is for boys
I think your post is a silly throwback. It's 2018 -- wear the color you like, and move on.
ireland said:Greed alive and well in Cupertino.
williamh said:Great Scot! They should have gone with the flux capacitor instead of the flux generator. They could have simply taken the battery back in time to when it was charged.