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Stock Quote Today & Recent News Vitreous Glass Inc. V.VCI

Alternate Symbol(s):  VCIGF

Vitreous Glass Inc cleans, crushes, and sells waste glass to the fiberglass manufacturing industry. The company also removes the contaminates and crushes the glass to sand and then this sand is sold to fiberglass insulation manufacturers as furnace ready cullet for use in their production facilities. Its sole source of revenue is generated by providing crushed glass to its customers. Geographically it caters its service to the Canadian market.

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RE:Shareholder oppression?

Yeah, I don't think "shareholder oppression" captures whats going on here. As mentioned previously, Pat Cashion collects...
greyswan - April 1, 2022

RE:Shareholder oppression?

Cashion's salary is under $100k/year. You do realize that he owns 30% of the company right? The vast majority of his compensation (90...
thebigmacd - March 23, 2022

Interested in Possibly becoming a shareholder

I've been watching the company ticker for a little over a month and how it kinda acts, I've read all the messages on this board...
JayBanks - December 16, 2021

Shareholder oppression?

Does everyone here realize that the CEO is being paid over $700k a year? That works out to about 2.5% of the market cap, and is among the...
EverydayCap - December 3, 2021

RE:RE:CEO selling the top

About 30k shares traded between Friday and today. That means there at least 170k left for the CEO to sell before the selling...
EverydayCap - November 8, 2021

RE:CEO selling the top

https://twitter.com/everydaycap/status/1456415760176222218?s=21
EverydayCap - November 6, 2021