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  • Aubrey McClendon makes a comeback with Utica shale deals [View news story]
    Totally agree with rjj1960. He is a crook and that's all there is to be said on the matter.
    Aug 16 11:55 AM | 5 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • McClendon's Departure From Chesapeake Should Prompt Further Changes And Equity Appreciation [View article]
    Every man or women has his good. Greed is a powerful thing. He's not the first to fall from grace, nor will he be the last. God bless Chesepeake and allow a leader to come in for the good of the company and shareholders,
    Jan 30 05:34 AM | 3 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Chesapeake Energy (CHK) says Aubrey McClendon will retire as CEO effective April 1. The CHK board says its extensive review of alleged conflicts of interest and other matters involving McClendon has thus far found no improper conduct; a final report will be completed in mid-February. CHK +10.6% AH. [View news story]
    McClendon misused his power for personal gain. I'm not saying he didn't have vision, but greed is the root of all evil.
    Jan 29 06:18 PM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • After-hours top gainers, as of 5:15 p.m.: UIS +12%. AMZN +8%. CHK +8%. FTNT +7%. DLB +5%.
    After-hours top losers: CIE -9%. RCL -5%. ISIS -5%. ACE -5%. GGG -4%[View news story]
    With the retirement of Aubrey McClendon, CHK will rise
    Jan 29 06:04 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • "Around 60" foreigners reportedly continue to be held hostage at the Algerian gas plant, with ~650 people free from the standoff, but information remains sketchy. BP says there “a small number” of employees whose current location and situation remain uncertain. Meanwhile, the crisis is a serious threat to Algeria, the no. 3 gas supplier to the EU and the main source of revenue to the country. [View news story]
    How can you respond to terrorism
    Jan 18 11:27 AM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Chesapeake Energy (CHK -6.5%) is sliding on heavy volume. Reuters reports the SEC's Texas office has been demanding documents from Chesapeake as part of the agency's probe into the company's deals with CEO Aubrey McClendon. Meanwhile, Baker Hughes (BHI +9.4% - previous) reports the rig count for U.S. natural gas wells has fallen to 518 thanks to weak prices. That figure is down 45% from October's high, and represents a 13-year low.  [View news story]
    When the information on what has really gone on at CHK comes out, there will be a take over and McClendon will be gone.
    Jul 20 04:28 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Why Chesapeake Needs To Dump CEO Aubrey McClendon [View article]
    Well written and to the point. McClendon has done great things, but failure arrives when we get carried away with ourselves. I think you are right on the point. We must all be the masters of our own ships.
    Jun 26 05:52 AM | 4 Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • New allegations of bid-rigging could prove the final blow for Aubrey McClendon, and Chesapeake (CHK -8.2%) could be facing enormous legal headaches as the Justice Department recently has shown interest in prosecuting oil and gas collusion. A case earlier this year indicates the agency likely wouldn't be swayed by claims from CHK and Encana (ECA -5.1%) that they were looking to work on a JV.  [View news story]
    Power and Greed will do funny things to people. It's sad, with our economy in the shape it's in and many jobs at stake.
    Jun 25 12:52 PM | Likes Like |Link to Comment
  • Chesapeake Energy (CHK +3.7%) pops at the open on reports of advanced talks to sell CHK's interests in Chesapeake Midstream Partners (CHKM +5.5%) and other pipeline assets. Separately, Argus Research upgrades shares to Hold from Sell, citing the planned changes at the board level following Carl Icahn's investment as "incremental positives."  [View news story]
    You need to check the records on what Mr. McClenden has bought and put in another name and see who's name they are in because it's not Chesapeake. He has bought all the valuable land in Oklahoma City per the sells in Saturdays Oklahoman for years. Who's money is he using? And who benefits? He is a man who has run away with a lot of investors money and will be caught in the end. We praise individuals for being good business men or women, but greed is a powerful word.
    Jun 6 10:21 AM | 1 Like Like |Link to Comment
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