the company is in fact going out of business. Their customers are not spending, therefore their cash burn is at an alarming rate. Just look at the financials over the past few qtrs...doesn't take a genius to see they are eating thru cash very quickly. Just because they have no debt doesn't necessarily mean that they will survive. Throw your "fundamental analysis" out the window. It doesn't apply to todays new world.
Yes they should fire the rest of them and start over. They should also try to sell off some of their green fuel investments. I hope that the earnings next week won't bring us down any longer. This is ridiculous to say the least.