That means, both Bob & Peter are certain their jobs with the company is safe - the company was willing to give them money just to make sure they're committed to the company.
It's very rare to find this sort of guaranty issued to the executives. It basically means that neither Bob nor Peter will be thrilled at a buyout scenario, and they're not going to look for one. They will make far more money when they work for the company.
This sounds logical, if ACUR doesn't have the capacity to distribute Nexafed to big pharmacies, the logical thing to do (if you want to make money fast) is to sell your company to a bigger pharmaceutical company.