Share Name Share Symbol Market Type Share ISIN Share Description
Flybe Grp LSE:FLYB London Ordinary Share GB00B4QMVR10 ORD 1P
  Price Change % Change Share Price Bid Price Offer Price High Price Low Price Open Price Shares Traded Last Trade
  0.00 0.0% 0.964 0.964 0.99 0.00 0.00 - 0.00 00:00:00
Industry Sector Turnover (m) Profit (m) EPS - Basic PE Ratio Market Cap (m)
Travel & Leisure 752.6 -9.4 -4.5 - 2

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10/2/2019
23:36
Am presuming they will all receive a bonus funding of which has been taken unlawfully from private share holders that end up being Helpless people. Time for a change in law move with the times. Provide some security to share holders. If shareholders lose their money how does that justify bonus to BOD it's a load of ....... in my books.
devasted19
10/2/2019
23:32
Devasted19 The one million dollar question is why Connect consortium agreed to the alleged £1m bonus package.
cleverinvestor
10/2/2019
23:28
Anyone that agrees to vote yes is a fool in my books.
devasted19
10/2/2019
23:26
I don't mind losing sleep over receiving 1 million pound bonus for my failures. This is a media stunt guys anyone see the build up just before the vote reality is they are only keeping their pockets lined. If she is a good human being she should return my life savings from her bonus to put my life back on track. BOD think we are fools
devasted19
10/2/2019
22:47
Clever You have every right to question the BOD over the management of this company but with all due respect those questions should have been asked many moons' ago. The horse has already bolted. No I don't think she should receive the bonus at all and if she was a decent human being she would refuse it even if entitled.
minerve
10/2/2019
22:38
Minerve You should blame the BOD for running the company to the ground. Do your think the CEO should be paid the alleged £1m bonus?. She is an employee
cleverinvestor
10/2/2019
22:33
Clever If you don't have employees you generally don't have a company. If you don't take care of your employees they leave and go to your competitors. If you believe in long-term shareholder value your employees are your best asset and you should take care of them.
minerve
10/2/2019
22:31
Minerve Personality aside!! BOD actions/decisions left a lot to be desired. RNS just stated their positions and decisions. Sweetener for the Directors in the RNS as well to sway it for the consortium.
cleverinvestor
10/2/2019
22:22
Clever It is all there in the RNS. Completely above board and the reasons why. It doesn't help matters when you have bitter and twisted individuals who have money at their disposal without the wisdom and decency to match.
minerve
10/2/2019
22:18
I beg your pardon re: the most important stakeholders IMO are the employees. Employees doesn't own the company. You're 200% wrong old boy. Employees work for the company and get paid for rendering their services.
cleverinvestor
10/2/2019
22:13
Minerve You will be tired because you know deep down in your own mind that something not right.
cleverinvestor
10/2/2019
22:11
Minerve Read between the lines old boy They offered £2.1m for the company. Bought its assets for £2.2m Loan the company money. Consortium loaning money to a company that will soon be theirs Common be serious!!!
cleverinvestor
10/2/2019
21:53
Totally agree with you.
bray2
10/2/2019
21:49
Administration would have been a better option for all stakeholders. No jobs for the directors. No £1m bonus. Connect consortium would have pay the right price for the asset. Mike Ashley told to offer more money for Patisserie Valerie 121 outlets https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/business-47192922
cleverinvestor
10/2/2019
20:51
https://www.ft.com/content/2cb01bfa-2af7-11e9-88a4-c32129756dd8 Explains why board had no choice
whatsup32
10/2/2019
20:06
https://www.telegraph.co.uk/business/2019/02/10/penny-share-flybe-deal-much-steal/
whatsup32
10/2/2019
14:47
For those who may think Tinkler is a good guy. Here is a few reason why he got kicked out of Stobart. Just in case you thought he would be acting in favour of shareholders at Flybe. He paid £1.6m for premium travel from 2015 to 18 He paid £2.9m for corporate entertainment He paid 65k and 68k to pop star Ronald Keaton He paid £1.6m for corporate travel and 170k for helicopter. Purchased from his own company . Stobart is capitalised at near £500m and he spent nearly £5m on expenses. Does that seem like a guy who is running the company for the benefit of shareholders or himself. He comes across as a self indulgent crook. DYOR , Buyer beware and all that rolox
whatsup32
10/2/2019
13:32
Pensions: Tougher jail terms for mismanaging funds https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-47188445 ...and its all over the media WHAT AN IDEAL OPPORTUNITY TO RAISE ISSUE OF FLYBE MISMANAGEMENT
mhin2
10/2/2019
09:37
Not sure I understand your post Bought at 2.8p , taken at 3.35 , get to 4p Most of the time there was 15-20% spread in bid offer.
whatsup32
10/2/2019
03:47
The short position (remember I did say it would get to 4p), was taken at 3.35p, and bought at 2.8p, a whole £1500 profit, but not bad for one weeks work? Keith character got a right kickin!
dudishes
09/2/2019
16:47
europa79 With respect Norwegian did exactly the same. When IAG withdrew their interest Norwegian stated they were doing good and weren’t that interested in the approach. This week they gave a profits warning and asked IAG to return.
whatsup32
09/2/2019
16:07
Employees will get made redundant under new company anyway
bray2
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