what's that like these days ? chapter 11 or 7 ?
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He can ride a bull and worked at AA.
"Kids" is right. 20 years ago this might have happened. Who cares? Didn't seem to bankrupt them in the last 20 so you think #21 it will finally catch up?
You kids have no clue. A filing from 1998 to 2001 about $3.1 billion "went missing" as the company generated $1 billion of profit and $2.1 billion from asset sales, yet ended the period with roughly the same amount of debt and cash as it started.
All you fancy people with your numbers and voodoo math don't realize that to measure the success of a company you need measure how much my feelings got hurt!
Your an id–t, 18% decrease. You claiming that decrease is a sign that halliburton is going downhill? Hows #1 schlumberger according to your fancy observation.......I'll give you a clue, almost twice as bad!
18% DECREASE since 1/1/20
400% increase since March. Next time try to come back here with a bigger spoon instead of that tinny coffee straw when you want to try to stir the pot!