The SEC filings show one Director just bought 47K shares at 6.5cents. Several of the Directors also got free shares (options to buy shares at zero) which vest next year. Certainly not a big committment, but consistent with a company that's not going to go down without at least one more attempt to raise capital.
IMO we'll see some sort of plan to raise capital within a month or so after the annual meeting where the shareholders vote to ensure that tax losses will be preserved for new investors.
I see some of CBCR's assets like its office furniture and paper weights being featured on one of those Storage Wars or Auction Hunters shows that are popping up on cable channels lately. Reality shows following people who buy stuff that people keep in storage facilities but who don't pay the rent so the junk gets auctioned off to the highest bidder.
"Merry Christmas Honey, here's a $25 gift card to the Olive Garden. I wanted to get you that new Lexus we talked about...but, I, um, I, you see...I bought CBCR."
Have a holly jolly Christmas longs.