At This Rate, This Company May Go Bankrupt Within 5 Years
It's relatively easy to slap a negative view on a stock and back it up with a mixture of facts and opinions, but it's a totally different ballgame predicting that a company may go belly up.Full Story
#1 Feb 4, 2011
FormFactor is on the mend. However the company will have to do more than contain cost & reduce quarterly losses. The top leadership is in place for more than 2 quarters. There is no more excuses. It's time to shed deadwoods and shake up the company. My sense is that many of the employees still live in the world of their own. It is amazing that the sense of entitlement among many veterans of the company is still so prevalent. Consolidating the manufacturing back to US is at best a short-term cost containment exercise. Ultimately the company will need to embark on a growth strategy and venture forth to where the market is - Asia Pacific and learn to compete and be successful against it's low cost Asian competitors. Is the company and employees ready for the challenge ahead. There is not much time left.
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