1. Personall, I wouldn’t buy them even if I a)lived in the US and b)had a spare million dollars handy. This company will be controlled by the founders. They will do what they want. If they go mad or fall out or decide to start a poodle (google?) parlour, they will. The last company in the news with a split share structure like this was Conrad Black’s Hollinger International. Not that I’m implying …

  2. Yeah, right on Ivan. Look what happened to that poor guy who invested in Webmedia and then the guys who set it up went bonkers. Whatever happened to them?

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