The Reverse Splits: Blockbuster Has 45 Days to Get Back in NYSE's Good Graces
So, CEO Jim Keyes, what's the plan? "We intend to promptly submit a plan to the NYSE, which will outline the proactive steps we plan to take to remedy the Company's non-compliance by September of 2011." In other words, you'll have to wait till April 16 to find out, so there. One other bit of bad news: Celebrated MLB.com CEO Bob Bowman announced today he's dropping off the Blockbuster board.
Meanwhile, shares have dropped 10 percent today ... to a whole 28 cents. That said, the same release -- issued in advance of the May 26 shareholders meeting at Renaissance Tower -- does propose one way to bump the price of shares: reverse stock split, a move I mastered during my days as a cheerleader. Shareholders will be asked to approve the move. Hmmm, let me and my newly acquired 100 shares think about that one for a while.