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L.B. Foster Company (LB1A.F)

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9.85-0.10 (-1.01%)
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  • P
    Paul
    It looks like Jon is no better than Bob, sure was a lot better when Stan was in charge
  • K
    Kenneth
    After-hours strength...upwards to $15.
  • P
    Paul
    Same management team, same results
    Stock price is still going nowhere
  • B
    Bob
    Unfortunately, Foster made a HUGE mistake in Bob Bauer and its stock price validates that statement. When Foster gets rid of Bauer and gets some board members with experience in the energy sector, then and only then will FSTR be a stock worth buying / holding.
  • A
    Anonymous
    NASDAQ up 23.3% from low for the year FSTR is DOWN 35% from high for the year. Something seems very very wrong in this company. Does anyone have any ideas what's happened, or happening?
  • A
    Anonymous
    I hear retirement is great. Perhaps Robert P. Bauer should join the ranks.
  • A
    Anonymous
    I miss Dave.
  • P
    Paul
    Foster’s stock price continues to go no where, except sideways or down, when the market goes up or down
  • P
    Paul
    The simple answer is that Bob Bauer is ridiculously over paid for the results he and his team have achieved
    Look at the last 5 years and you will see your investment cut in half while Bauer has robbed the company for about $2 million per year
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    arthur
    why do these guys have nobody with pipe or energy experience on the board?
  • P
    Paul
    Looks like Mr Bauer missed the May 2020 stock awards list

    Wonder why ?
  • A
    Anonymous
    Where were you when they bought IOS? That’s exactly what happened. Stock price pre Bauer and before that acquisition was in the $40’s. Brilliant! They wrote off all of that acquisition within the first year of purchase.
  • H
    Happy Pappy
    Now we can forget the nightmare of the last 9 years....
  • A
    Anonymous
    What an utter disappointment FSTR has been. This BOD just doesn’t want to do the hard work required to achieve results for the shareholders. It starts with accountability for the executive management team and putting the right people in place to do the work necessary. So far, is anyone impressed with John Kasel? And you never will be. Picking the last guy standing is not doing your diligence. Lee B Foster, you could have and should have looked elsewhere.
  • A
    Anonymous
    On March 19, 2018, Mr. Christopher T. Scanlon, Controller and Chief Accounting Officer, notified L.B. Foster Company (the “Company”) of his intention to resign effective March 30, 2018. Mr. James P. Maloney, Senior Vice President, Chief Financial Officer, and Treasurer will perform the duties of Principal
    Accounting Officer until that position is filled.
  • A
    Anonymous
    Typical Foster. Fire a few minions, rearrange the deck of personnel. Then the executives look and smile at each other and pat themselves on the back as the ineffective board looks on and continues to approve these changes. No worries, things will remain status quo as no one is ever held accountable for their mediocre performance. Then repeat the process.