I confess a weariness. I am mentally probing more and more obscure corners of the BOFI situation. But right now I am going to go down and talk to and feed my goats, which are more predictable and rational than CEO’s, employees, and Mr. Market.
Just wondering if anyone knows who replaced Mr. Ball and the background of this “more experienced” audit manager? Why? Who would jump into, and stay with, a company that had problems like those which Mr. Erhart alleges? Interested, but not so much as to try to dig this out right now.