From Bad to Worse For Graystone Industries
Just one week ago, Graystone Industries stock was at a 52 week low following rumors of loan default. And that was before Dr. Amanda Graystone announced her daughter's involvement in the MAGLEV bombing. Suffice it to say that things are not looking good for Graystone. Can the pioneering technology company and its founder, Daniel Graystone, recover? Computer sales have slowed to a crawl and the safety of the Holoband has been called into question as Capricans come to terms with the news that the daughter of the CEO of Graystone Industries was in some way linked to the attack. As expected, stocks are on a steady decline as well. "Any poor publicity will negatively affect stock prices," said business analyst Cyndra Malone, "But an announcement of this magnitude could be catastrophic to the future of the company." Graystone Industries still has yet to release a statement about Zoe Graystone's involvement in the attack. A Graystone Industries spokesperson chose not to comment for this article.
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