Many of you at Chesapeake are about to receive pink slips.
Topics regarding layoffs at Chesapeake Energy Corp.
Kinder Morgan’s stock falls after earnings, Chesapeake Energy’sh–s 20-year low Published: July 18, 2019 3:24 p.m. ET Aubrey?? Yeah, right.
Every time there's a layoff, the remaining employees, in a fit of rock-throwing hubris, claim that those who were fired deserved it, and those who remain are the "cream of the crop" and can now get down to business. Well, at $1.58 per share, it now... — read more
The six month anniversary of the largest public shaming that CHK has ever seen is rapidly approaching. I wonder if the HSER leader had that brought up on her mid year review. I can promise you that we have not forgotten. This department has been on a... — read more
A press release stating that earnings will be released on July 31 will come soon but word has it they will be released earlier to burn the shorts. Also there will be a small asset sale announcement and another partnership (for gas).
Jefferies used to be a big supporter of CHK. Wow
https://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/best-companies/2014/list/?iid=BC14_sp_full https://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/best-companies/2013/list/?iid=bc_sp_full https://money.cnn.com/magazines/fortune/best-companies/2012/full_list/... — read more
Their goal is to make all of your options worthless.
big things on the horizon
Run fracking off natural gas. Pure genius. https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2019-06-26/frackers-go-electric-as-low-natural-gas-prices-spur-fuel-switch — read more
Layoffs are happening right now, do you have more details on why they are cutting people right now?
Chesapeake Energy has never generated free cash flow and probably never will. During the last 6 years (since present management took over) the company has lost over 90% of its value 😂😂 Management has done everything possible to keep the company... — read more
Dug us out of a big deep hole in ‘99 when the stock tanked to .69 a share and built a formidable company that took pride in their employees. Dougie continues to run er into the ground taking care of NOBODY but himself.
Are there any good lawyers available? Maybe Cohen can represent.
PR to be released after market
....since we can’t seem to keep our elevators working!!! I’m all for “Shrinking Our Shadows” but can’t Chk find another way??!!!
There will be a major anouncement soon. I cant say as I work there but believe me, this will change the direction of the company
If stock prices just came back 2000% I could break even. I think CHK will be back at $35 in 2070.
CHK employees. Polish up your resumes and see if someone else will hire you. https://www.yahoo.com/finance/m/a3ab5d0d-1f13-3d52-b89e-4bf0a5b7d67d/exclusive%3A-natural-gas.html — read more
And their former CEO has returned to run the company.
The financial results of the first quarter were less than stellar. The net loss attributable to shareholders was $44 million. Revenues were down 13% compared with the same quarter from a year earlier. Interest expenses remained steady at $161... — read more
Been a year since I left after only a short stay. Very happy with my decision. I liked Doug but a jerk VP (now gone) and the unchecked power of HR made me go. Hope it gets better for my friends who depend on the Company.
..and CHK stock is $1.86 Apparently, previous commentators were correct: Chesapeake has historically been laying off the wrong people. Now, only rock-throwers remain...and the stock price shows it. Thanks Dougie! — read more
Well where we go from here.
...by year's end.
If management is serious about identifying people that provide no value then look no further than our very own talk show host. Who am I kidding? This Fake news show host will probably get some sort of executive promotion. Continuing this spreading of... — read more
The market is melting down, CHK is going up. 2%, it's very good
Here’s an OKC heads up for the Appalachia mo--ns: It’s not going un-noticed that you missed something as simple as securing permits, costing the company a million dollars in standby time and extra water trucks. We know of the lack of bidding for jobs... — read more
Is it time? What would it take? Serious question because we all know that at this stage, there are plenty of mismanagement examples.
...CHK will reach a new, 3-year low stock price. Too bad all the remaining "cream of the crop" employees who love to throw rocks at former employees can't somehow pull Doug's plane out of its inevitable nose-dive.
More exodus, writing on the wall. Stock tanks 7.98% to $2.19
This is a complete joke. Does anyone really believe that these are not scripted and the individuals are not given the questions before hand so they can build their responses? How about you really ask the questions that people won’t during the... — read more
A good one for CHK. Twenty year deal to buy LNG from Sempra Energy and large equity investment in terminal https://www.reuters.com/article/us-saudi-aramco-gas/saudi-arabia-to-buy-u-s-lng-from-sempra-energy-wsj-idUSKCN1SS07H — read more
What do you expect. No real talent.
Not looking good right now. I look at my Merrill account with disgust.
When the company doesn't meet expectations, guess who pays the price? It's certainly not those on top who make all the big decision that make us fall behind - no, they'll still get their fat pay and bonuses. Us, though? We are the best cost cutting... — read more