Shame has monitary value. Who knew?

editing_for_authors
Editing for authors: because every writer needs a good editor.

StephanieFox

Maybull the Bulldog
Super Member
Registered
Joined
Feb 27, 2008
Messages
4,443
Reaction score
636
Location
MPLS
I got this off a financial news wire Sept 25th, 2009. Who new that shame had a market value? If so, the investment bankers and the banks are going to be very, very rich.




Shanda is going public at an IPO price of $12.50 a share, the top of its the $10.50 to $12.50 range.
The shares are expected to begin trading Friday morning on the Nasdaq Stock Market under the symbol GAME. Shanda is selling more than 13 million American Depository Shares itself, while its parent company Shanda Interactive Entertainment /quotes/comstock/15*!snda/quotes/nls/snda (SNDA 51.20, -5.57, -9.82%) sells another 70.5 million ADS.
The deal is being underwritten by Goldman Sachs, J.P. Morgan, Nomura, Oppenheimer and Susquehanna Financial.
 

semilargeintestine

BassGirl 5000
Super Member
Registered
Joined
Jan 22, 2009
Messages
4,763
Reaction score
1,034
Bava Kamma 83b said:
One who injures a fellow man becomes liable to him for five items: for depreciations, for pain, for healing, for loss of time and for degredation. How is it with 'depreciation'? If he put out his eye, cut off his arm or broke his leg, the injured person is considered as if he were a slave being sold in the market place, and a valuation is made as to how much he was worth previously and how much he is worth now.

Everything has a value. :D
 

A large christmas tree with lights outdoors in the snow, with a snowman, houses, and children