Temasek is a JOKE

From: Zanzibar
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 09:26:13 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, Jul 22 2009 12:26 am
Subject: Re: Temasek is a JOKE

On Jul 22, 12:00 am, "truth" wrote:

> What type of organisation is this ? Flip flop on investment
> decisions. Flip flop on ceo appointment.
> Temasek is a JOKE.

This guy was supposed to be the fall guy to take the "pan cake
beating" Not only that, he maybe has seen something or that he cannot
not agree to "eating" it, or that he saw something which he was not
supposed to "see". And maybe now he was asked to go.

When was the last time Temasek was in the headlines? That was the time
it was revealed that Temasek has sold all the shares in Americans
banks to invest in developing economies. Most likely the decisions had
not gone well with Goodyears and now see what happened? Citi,
Merrillyn etc have done well in terms of share prices.

Most likely santa was the one who came out with this new formula 4 - 4 -2
( or something like that) and most like they had lost billions in emerging
markets by now too. Goodyears would not want to be associated with
this money losing scheme from santa

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From: hu
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 21:31:35 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, Jul 22 2009 12:31 pm
Subject: Re: Temasek is a JOKE

On Jul 22, 12:00 am, "truth" wrote:

Probably Goodyear found out he was set up to take the blame for all
that gone wrong with Temasek under Dowager Ho Jinx. Question is how
much was paid to this fella for breaking his contract. Was he bounded
with a non disclosure agreement?

From: Superbee
Date: Tue, 21 Jul 2009 21:33:14 -0700 (PDT)
Local: Wed, Jul 22 2009 12:33 pm
Subject: Re: Temasek is a JOKE

On Jul 22, 12:19 pm, .•:*¨¨*:•. ® George Ramayah ™ .•:*¨¨*:•.

wrote:
> On Jul 22, 12:00 am, "truth" wrote:

> > What type of organisation is this ? Flip flop on investment
> > decisions. Flip flop on ceo appointment.
> > Temasek is a JOKE.

> When was the last time Temasek was in the headlines? That was the time
> it was revealed that Temasek has sold all the shares in Americans
> banks to invest in developing economies. Most likely the decisions had
> not gone well with Goodyears and now see what happened? Citi,
> Merrillyn etc have done well in terms of share prices. Most likely
> santa was the one who came out with this new formula 4 - 4 -2 ( or
> something like that) and most like they had lost billions in emerging
> markets by now too. Goodyears would not want to be associated with
> this money losing scheme from santa

Most likely Goodyear was asked to leave because the Board has major
difference with strategic issues. Now Goodyear say Goodbye and Ho
Ching says "Ching Ho"!

Intentionally or not, Goodyear had been a proxy shelter for the fall-
outs. Temasek has lost much credibility in the comic episode.
Dedefining long term as "shock" term with massive loss. Having spent a
year and I don't know how much money to look for the Goodyear guy and
then reversing it does not speak well of the management no matter how
you look at it.

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