The 10-Q just came out. I'm still amazed that investors will buy a company with a tangible book value of about -$10.03 (yes, that is a negative ten) and so much debt going into a recession. Even more amazing is why management would go out and make so many acquistions and completely ruin a formerly pristine balance sheet.
According to the Balance Sheet, total equity is stated at $102mm, and intangible assets and goodwill total only $51mm.
If you do the math, book value is equal to $13+ per share (as confirmed by Yahoo / Profiles page) and that means that tangible book value is close to $7 / share ---> not the -$10 / share that you stated in your post.