VW: There are no major holders. The total market cap is $14M. Even if you own 10%, you own $1M+, nothing more. For most institutional funds, assuming they own some COCO shares, they will list it in the line item "other."
At $14M, COCO is worth less than a 1/8 tick in BP. COCO is already gone. Say bye bye and say hello to your tax accountant who can help you with your write off.
Why do you think there is safety in numbers or safety in institutional ownership? Institutions lose money on average almost as frequently as retail investors. If Shah holds shares at a $20M market cap, they can't get out without the share price going toward zero. So its position is an old decision position and has nothing to do with the current reality or your Kool Aid.
You lost money. You won't get it back. Deal with it.
Not only did Shah held the original position, it bought more, including Euclidean and a few others. Yes, the Washington Post sold a few million shares, but they still have a few million shares left. Now, WF sold almost all of the $12 + mil shares and still holding a measly 169K. Give and take, the top 5 insts. hold up to 23 mil shares. Last time I check, there are 25 mil + shares short. Canadian schools have a few good bids already according to JMC's report. I won't speculate about Wyotech or Heald. Hmmmmm.