Shells with Huge potential

AHAG (.0637 last)
Alpha Technologies Group
Outstanding Shares 7,110,336

CEO Lawrence Butler

Job Titles:
Managing Member of PrivateShares2
Lawrence Butler is an entrepreneur with a combination of financial and operating experiences in various industries including, real estate, marketing and advertising, private equity and venture capital. Currently, Lawrence is Chairman and CEO of Awestruck Marketing Group, an experiential marketing and advertising company. Lawrence is a Venture Partner with the VC firm Navitas Capital. Navitas is a specialized VC firm based in Los Angeles focused on technology investments in the real estate and construction sectors. Lawrence is the Managing Member of PrivateShares2, LLC, a private investment fund that purchases the securities of late-stage, pre-IPO private companies. He is also a private investor in several commercial real estate ventures in California, New York and Nevada. Lawrence received a B.A. from the University of Pennsylvania and an M.B.A. from University of California at Los Angeles.

FCIC (.20 last)
FCCC, Inc.
Outstanding Shares 3,461,022

CEO Frederick L. Farrar
Klipsch Lanham Investments (KLI), Inc./Chafre LLC
Private investment company that includes a publicly traded shell company.

More bio from Bloomberg:
Mr. Frederick L. Farrar also known as Fred has been Chief Executive Officer, President, Principal Financial Officer and Chairman of FCCC Inc. since July 2014. Mr. Farrar is the founder of Windrose Medical Properties Trust. He is President and founder of Chafre LLC. He served as the Chief Financial Officer and Executive Vice President of Klipsch Group, Inc. from 1990 to 2014 and its Treasurer. Mr. Farrar served as Executive Vice President for Kgi at VOXX International Corporation from 2006 to December 31, 2013 and served as its Treasurer and Assistant Secretary for Kgi until December 31, 2013. He served as Chief Financial Officer and Treasurer of Klipsch, LLC (formerly Klipsch Audio Technologies, Inc., and served as its Executive Vice President since 2006. Mr. Farrar served as an Executive Vice President of Welltower Inc. (formerly Health Care REIT Inc.) since December 2006 until 2010 and its President of the Windrose Division since December 2006. Prior to joining Klipsch Group, he served as a fee based financial planner from 1980 to 1990. Since 2000, Mr. Farrar served as President of Klipsch Lanham Investments. Mr. Farrar served as President, Chief Operating Officer and Treasurer of Windrose Medical Properties Trust from March 2002 to December 2006 and also served as its Interim Chief Financial Officer since July 2005. Mr. Farrar served as Chief Financial Officer of Hospital Affiliates Development Corporation ('HADC'), formerly a subsidiary of Windrose Medical Properties Trust from 1990 to March 2002. He also served in various management positions at other controlled companies, including President of the related management company, Klipsch Lanham Investments, from 1990 to 2005. He served as President and Chief Financial Officer of Trading Company of America, LTD, a private company that operated retail jewelry locations under the business name “The Shane Company”, from 1992 to 1997; Chief Financial Officer of National Guest Homes Inc. from 1990 to 1996; and Chief Financial Officer of Hospital Affiliates Development Corporation from 1990 through 2002. Prior to 1990, Mr. Farrar had an initial 10 year career as a fee-based financial advisor. He serves as Director of Klipsch Audio Technologies, Inc. and served as Director of Klipsch Group Inc. from 2002 to March 2011. He is involved in multiple charitable, educational and political activities. Mr. Farrar earned his law degree from Syracuse University in Syracuse, N.Y. in 1980 and his Bachelor's degree from St. Lawrence University in Canton, NY in 1978

Public listed companies with no operating business
or liabilities (ideal case) Also known as Shells
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Shell Stocks are publicly traded corporations, all that exists of the original company is its corporate shell structure. The company should haveĀ  no assets or liabilities, a public company that no longer has any business and just retains capital structure and reporting status. Many private companies like to reverse merge with a Shell and become public themselves. Since the public company changes it's name to reflect the private, this merger gives us the reverse situation, thus the term "reverse merger"