http://aviationblog.dallasnews.com/archives/2011/03/florida-company-makes-325-bill.html From the article: I've just received a copy of a letter allegedly sent by Sterling Global Holdings of Davie, Fla., to pay $9.75 a share for all shares of AMR, with plans to take the parent of American Airlines private.I say "allegedly" because I have not been able to reach the person whose name appears on the letter, A. Weintraub, who identifies himself as managing partner for Sterling Global Holdings. His voice mail identifies him as Al. Also... Here's what the Rochester newspaper blogged about Weintraub and his company:"Weintraub declined to give any specifics of companies or properties Sterling Global supposedly has bought. A Google search for Sterling Global Holdings turns up nothing. Sterling Global on its letterhead gives an address in Davie, Fla., north of Miami. And the Florida secretary of state has no incorporation records for Sterling Global Holdings or anything close to that name operating in Davie or involving Weintraub. The fax number for Sterling Global returns to the northeast Ohio offices of a California communications company that offers, among other services, eFaxing, in which faxes are turned into emails."Has the Milepoint kiva.org team taken on a much bigger investment than I thought?