You can send me the letter by email and it will be forwarded to directors who work with and talk to the president very often.firecaptdave said:Does anyone have the name, phone number, snail mail and email address of the Taurus President? Thanks in advance.
No offense, Taurusprivateequity, but why would anyone send you an email containing personal information, trusting you could do as you claim? Your email is a hotmail account, you have three posts up here, and nobody knows who you are. It would be rather stupid to forward a letter containing personal information in it to someone who is unknown in this day and age of identity theft.taurusprivateequity said:You can send me the letter by email and it will be forwarded to directors who work with and talk to the president very often.
As a fund manager I own 1% of Taurus, and am here to hear what people have to say about the company and its products. Certain funds have been accumulating Taurus' shares and well known investment firms might at some point acquire larger stakes. As Taurus is undergoing rapid technological and structural changes, investing in R&D to enhance the quality of its products while lowering production costs, it will increasingly become associated with the industry's cutting edge. Some of its subsidiaries can barely keep up with demand, a new factory is about to be built, and tools and precision machining equipment are also sold worldwide. Sales, revenues and profits are exceeding previous expectations and at never before seen levels.Smokewagon said:Taurusprivateequity, how 'bout you introduce yourself on the Member Introduction board? I and a lot of others here would like to know where your coming from. :???:
Taurus is not a publicly traded company.taurusprivateequity said:Taurus is a publicly traded company.
Taurus is a publicly traded company. However it is not listed in the NYSE, yet. Call Goldman Sachs, Citibank, Merrill Lynch or UBS, and someone might tell you how you could buy Taurus shares.Bubba said: