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« Reply #25 on: June 04, 2020, 02:59 »
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https://www.microstockgroup.com/shutterstock-com/shutterstock-just-became-istock-2-0/msg551342/?topicseen#new
Yes, it is real. But, it is 13K plus 13K earler this year, which is not even 2% of his 6M shares, that means nothing. Maybe he is just buying a new house.
13 356 x 37= 494 172
Yes, peanuts for him :D

(For me too big peanuts)
That's the way it is :)


« Reply #26 on: June 04, 2020, 03:12 »
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Not only is Mr Oringer greedy and disrispectful to thousands of contributors that made him a billionare but he also a coward. After the biggest uprising of small and big contributors in the lifetime of his company he does not have the dignity to step up and face all the worried people that have their income at stake. I would stay away from a person like this at all costs.

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« Reply #27 on: June 04, 2020, 07:51 »
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https://www.microstockgroup.com/shutterstock-com/shutterstock-just-became-istock-2-0/msg551342/?topicseen#new
Yes, it is real. But, it is 13K plus 13K earler this year, which is not even 2% of his 6M shares, that means nothing. Maybe he is just buying a new house.

If you want to sell a large number of shares, you cannot dump them on the stock market on one day, especially for a small company like SS that does not have a large buyer circle.

Instead they sell small parcels every week,sometimes every day. And very carefully, so not to attract to much attention.

Oringer of course has to announce these sales, but selling for 500 000 a parcel is not dramatic.

So even if he actually wants to cash out via the stock market, he is forced to do it in these small parcels, always of varying size.

If he wants to sell everything at once, he can usually only do it in a private swap with a buyer who buys him out and the shares are ascribed to a new owner without passing through the markets.

« Reply #28 on: June 04, 2020, 08:08 »
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https://www.microstockgroup.com/shutterstock-com/shutterstock-just-became-istock-2-0/msg551342/?topicseen#new
Yes, it is real. But, it is 13K plus 13K earler this year, which is not even 2% of his 6M shares, that means nothing. Maybe he is just buying a new house.

If you want to sell a large number of shares, you cannot dump them on the stock market on one day, especially for a small company like SS that does not have a large buyer circle.

Instead they sell small parcels every week,sometimes every day. And very carefully, so not to attract to much attention.

Oringer of course has to announce these sales, but selling for 500 000 a parcel is not dramatic.

So even if he actually wants to cash out via the stock market, he is forced to do it in these small parcels, always of varying size.

If he wants to sell everything at once, he can usually only do it in a private swap with a buyer who buys him out and the shares are ascribed to a new owner without passing through the markets.
You are right, I wanted to look into history of his transaction during last few years, but I don't know where to look. It would be an interesting info.

« Reply #29 on: June 04, 2020, 08:18 »
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https://www.microstockgroup.com/shutterstock-com/shutterstock-just-became-istock-2-0/msg551342/?topicseen#new
Yes, it is real. But, it is 13K plus 13K earler this year, which is not even 2% of his 6M shares, that means nothing. Maybe he is just buying a new house.

If you want to sell a large number of shares, you cannot dump them on the stock market on one day, especially for a small company like SS that does not have a large buyer circle.

Instead they sell small parcels every week,sometimes every day. And very carefully, so not to attract to much attention.

Oringer of course has to announce these sales, but selling for 500 000 a parcel is not dramatic.

So even if he actually wants to cash out via the stock market, he is forced to do it in these small parcels, always of varying size.

If he wants to sell everything at once, he can usually only do it in a private swap with a buyer who buys him out and the shares are ascribed to a new owner without passing through the markets.
You are right, I wanted to look into history of his transaction during last few years, but I don't know where to look. It would be an interesting info.

They should be here. https://investor.shutterstock.com/sec-filings

« Reply #30 on: June 04, 2020, 09:52 »
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Oringer is busy selling shares at the moment....

https://www.marketbeat.com/stocks/NYSE/SSTK/insider-trades/

« Reply #31 on: June 04, 2020, 13:23 »
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Oringer is busy selling shares at the moment....

https://www.marketbeat.com/stocks/NYSE/SSTK/insider-trades/

According to this information, this is the first time Jon Oringer ever sells any of his Shutterstock stocks? If so, that is actually very admirable. Even after selling around 1 million in stocks,
Jon Oringer still owns around 620 Million dollars of Shutterstock stocks and around 45% of the company - this should tell us that he believes in his company. It will be interesting to see if his selling continues over the next year or two. With his current holdings Jon oringer is recieving more than 11 million dollars in dividend payments per year, which could partly explain why he does not need to sell often. 

« Reply #32 on: June 05, 2020, 18:26 »
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His twitter feed has only 281 followers? What kind of a CEO is this?

And you are right, his likes are a lot of Trumpian glory likes.

Every day I learn something new that is worse than before.

@spavlovsky

https://twitter.com/spavlovsky?s=20

Why dont even the employees follow their own boss? Business partners? Some of the 1.2 Million producers?

How is this profile designed to represent the company, get ready to connect with all the other CEOs and impress potential customers?

That twitter account is gone and has been replaced by this one

https://twitter.com/stanpavlovsky1

Creative name :)

I assume it's to clean up any messy associations he didn't want people to see

He can't clean up his bad report card so easily though...

https://twitter.com/joannsnover/status/1269027677047930887

Shelma1

« Reply #33 on: June 05, 2020, 21:55 »
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His twitter feed has only 281 followers? What kind of a CEO is this?

And you are right, his likes are a lot of Trumpian glory likes.

Every day I learn something new that is worse than before.

@spavlovsky

https://twitter.com/spavlovsky?s=20

Why dont even the employees follow their own boss? Business partners? Some of the 1.2 Million producers?

How is this profile designed to represent the company, get ready to connect with all the other CEOs and impress potential customers?

That twitter account is gone and has been replaced by this one

https://twitter.com/stanpavlovsky1

Creative name :)

I assume it's to clean up any messy associations he didn't want people to see

He can't clean up his bad report card so easily though...

https://twitter.com/joannsnover/status/1269027677047930887

How despicable...clearly he knew wed seen his twitter likes so he made them go away. Because ad agencies, some of their biggest clients, are quite liberal and would be disgusted to see his political leanings.

« Reply #34 on: June 05, 2020, 23:18 »
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I checked the internet archive's Wayback machine to see if they had anything from his old account, but they didn't (they don't grab twitter feeds as often and he didn't post much). I'd have loved it if we could have kept some screen shots...

« Reply #35 on: June 06, 2020, 04:43 »
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I checked the internet archive's Wayback machine to see if they had anything from his old account, but they didn't (they don't grab twitter feeds as often and he didn't post much). I'd have loved it if we could have kept some screen shots...
I wondered if he'd cleaned up his feed already and forgot about his likes, or those can't be deleted or something. Strangely empty from the start.

It's disgusting looking at their official Shutterstock feed and comparing it to the true feelings at the top of the company.

All pro diversity, love, for the little man posturing on the SS feed and hate filled divisiveness in the likes of the chief. I guess these people must know on some level how repugnant they are or they wouldn't fear showing their true face to their customers.

« Reply #36 on: June 06, 2020, 07:30 »
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His twitter feed has only 281 followers? What kind of a CEO is this?

And you are right, his likes are a lot of Trumpian glory likes.

Every day I learn something new that is worse than before.

@spavlovsky

https://twitter.com/spavlovsky?s=20

Why dont even the employees follow their own boss? Business partners? Some of the 1.2 Million producers?

How is this profile designed to represent the company, get ready to connect with all the other CEOs and impress potential customers?

That twitter account is gone and has been replaced by this one

https://twitter.com/stanpavlovsky1

Creative name :)

I assume it's to clean up any messy associations he didn't want people to see

He can't clean up his bad report card so easily though...

https://twitter.com/joannsnover/status/1269027677047930887

Ha, that is too funny.

So they do read what we write, or at least the assistants do...

Now they just have to buy him 20 000 followers...

« Reply #37 on: June 06, 2020, 07:35 »
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For some reason every time i read something about Stan Pavlovsky the corporate guy from this Nekrogoblikon video comes to my mind :D

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KsMKOx6fumc

« Reply #38 on: June 07, 2020, 03:52 »
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Mir

« Reply #39 on: June 07, 2020, 04:25 »
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You can see the old profile through google cache.

« Reply #40 on: June 07, 2020, 04:31 »
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He has a new account :
https://mobile.twitter.com/stanpavlovsky1

If you write something he doesn't agree with, he just blocks you.
That assshole refuses to engage in dialogue and criticism.
In fact, his snoring title of CEO doesn't count for anything in the company, he's just a man of straw (or manure).

fritz

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« Reply #41 on: June 07, 2020, 06:44 »
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Not only is Mr Oringer greedy and disrispectful to thousands of contributors that made him a billionare but he also a coward. After the biggest uprising of small and big contributors in the lifetime of his company he does not have the dignity to step up and face all the worried people that have their income at stake. I would stay away from a person like this at all costs.

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Just like  Bruce Livingstone at the time...



Shelma1

« Reply #42 on: June 07, 2020, 08:14 »
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You can see the old profile through google cache.

But you can't see his likes.

« Reply #43 on: June 07, 2020, 08:39 »
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Not only is Mr Oringer greedy and disrispectful to thousands of contributors that made him a billionare but he also a coward. After the biggest uprising of small and big contributors in the lifetime of his company he does not have the dignity to step up and face all the worried people that have their income at stake. I would stay away from a person like this at all costs.

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Just like  Bruce Livingstone at the time...

No, not the same at all.

When Bruce sold istock, he got getty house contracts for all istock exclusives. He also stayed on as Manager for another three years.

He explained very patiently why he thought getty was a good partner and indeed, our prices went up a lot, our exclusivd content got mirrored to gettyimages and also istock introduced much higher priced collections like vetta. Those were the golden years and my income increased dramatically after the getty buyout.

Only after Bruce left did it all come crashing down and the relationship between the istock community and getty degraded.

Finally after a major clash in 2013, many exclusives walked out.

Bruce also started stocksy, it may be a small place, but it is a stock home for many people.

So...no...not like Oringer.

Shelma1

« Reply #44 on: June 07, 2020, 08:49 »
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I thought you'd all enjoy these quotes from Stan Pavlovsky when he was still at All Recipes:

"Success in implementing change requires Strategy, Transparency, and Participation. Without these core tenants, execution is a journey to a new place without a map or purpose. ~ Stan Pavlovsky @spavlovsky"

"A CEO must provide context and transparency to encourage employees to stay on after the company is acquired. @spavlovsky @CEOpov"

If you dont take the time to listen and understand, then you as a CEO will fail. [email protected] @Allrecipes #CEOPOV

My approach is to have participation. It takes more effort, but employees being bought in is critical for transition [email protected] #CEOPOV

"Listen. Walk before you run. Get feedback and have empathy. If you want to drive accountability, understand how everyone feels. @spavlovsky."

I always go back to having a clear strategy and provide context to employees to help alleviate resistance to change. @spavlovsky #CEOPOV

"Employees need context. A vacuum creates rumors and stories. Participation is critical. @spavlovsky @MeredithCorp @CEOpov"

"Lack of clarity and communication causes fear in employees. @spavlovsky @MeredithCorp @CEOpov @WTCSeattle"



« Reply #45 on: June 07, 2020, 09:22 »
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He failed big time.

Shelma1

« Reply #46 on: June 07, 2020, 09:29 »
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He failed big time.

But he's getting plenty of participation from us!

« Reply #47 on: June 07, 2020, 09:31 »
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Ha ha thx [mention]Shelma1 [/mention] im gonna spread each one on Twitter

« Reply #48 on: June 07, 2020, 10:23 »
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You can see the old profile through google cache.

But you can't see his likes.

True, but the tweets that are there provide some wonderful fodder to mock him with. I've taken some screenshots. For others who want to see the cache themselves through a google search, this is his old account URL

https://twitter.com/spavlovsky

https://twitter.com/joannsnover/status/1269652293571371008

If that weren't nuts enough, the genius has gone into hiding....

https://twitter.com/joannsnover/status/1269657449927065600

https://twitter.com/joannsnover/status/1269665037641060354

https://twitter.com/joannsnover/status/1269676905558499328
« Last Edit: June 07, 2020, 12:08 by Jo Ann Snover »

Shelma1

« Reply #49 on: June 07, 2020, 11:29 »
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Maybe hes in the bunker with The Bunker Boy? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2VBevEYELQ0


 

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