Then, on a flight home from a winter’s vacation in Florida, Lawley concluded that the frenzied music was about to stop. “Listening to Maria Bartiromo,” he recalls, “there was just too much excitement.” He hurriedly arranged to sell the Web company the same week in March that the Nasdaq stock exchange peaked. Just before the spectacular tech crash, Oneview went for the equivalent of $204 million. Lawley owned 51 percent, pocketing about $100 million after expenses.
Nope- nothing to see here. Move along.