AUbicycles wrote: don't have the info to be able to make a decision.
Which is why it's risky being a shareholder. Transparency is the enemy of someone who wants to steal from the shareholders, obfuscation is their buddy. But in the choice between corruption and incompetence, the latter is the more likely. It could just be a poorly executed plan to get the better ideas and products coming of out Pacific Brands. Maybe an opportunity came up and a deal had to be closed before everything could be sorted out. Time will tell.