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My Portfolio Breaks The Law more than Yours does!



April 21, 2009 – Comments (2) | RELATED TICKERS: ATVI , HAL , WHR

(HAL) Haliburton:   Nigerian bribery scandal

(ATVI) Activision/Blizzard:  Accused of stealing proprietary source code of the video game Scratch the Ultimate DJ and other property (DJ Turntable Controller) from Genuis Software after they acquired 7 Studios.  Currently received a temporary restraining order from the Las Angelas Circuit Court. 

See?  My Portfolio breaks the law more than yours does!    It's jam packed full of scandals, felonies, and so on.

(DPS) Dr. Pepper Snapple Group   just last year committed Assault and Battery against Coca Cola and Pepsi's market share....Taking a 2% market share gain.  Their Orange Crush soft drink is quickly outselling FANTA...and may soon become the 2nd best selling Orange Soda drink in America.

There's just no end to the Violations committed here...

(CRNT) Ceragon Networks has the best Backhaul networking solutions (using Microwave technology) that is quickly gaining popularity by North America's largest networking companys.   That's just Cheating!  Cheating is a felony!

(WHR) In recent news concerning Whirlpool, the new Anti-Trust Fed just came out and said she wouldn't have allowed Whirlpool to merge with Maytag.... She declared that activity back in 2006 as an Anti-Trust violation!

Has your Portfolio committed anti-trust violations and gotten away with it???

I mean geeze...  Can my Portfolio be any more criminal?

2 Comments – Post Your Own

#1) On April 21, 2009 at 2:12 PM, TideGoesOut (< 20) wrote:

I know insiders in the gaming industry and the overwhelming concensus is that the DJ lawsuit is stupid and once all the facts come out it will be very surprising to see it really stand up in court. Really it's not so likely to come down to stolen code but the potential violation of a non-competition clause in an employment contract. That should be a fight between Scratch and the former employee, but since ATVI is a big target with lots of cash, Scratch is looking for either a payout or at least a bunch of free publicity.

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#2) On April 21, 2009 at 2:20 PM, smartSheep (99.76) wrote:

Amazing!  The company named after that vile beverage also make the delectable Orange Crush.

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