Some think that since the CEO got the boot and the founder is taking the tiller he needs more time to get up to speed......speech lessons, etc. Personally I think there's a lot of paper work to be done to polish the barn boots.
This board is full of hot air. The company never disclosed an initial earnings date, although Yahoo indicated a February 18th date, which was clearly wrong as it was a holiday. The press release indicating the CEO stepped down disclosed the earnings call as March 7th; these dates are not disclosed all that early. A oompany this size has unitl March 15th to file its 10k, so any time prior is acceptable for an earnings call.
Regardless of good or bad news, might as well take the necessary time to prepare for the call. There are no bonus points for having the call by a certain date. Plus side is that they'll have 2 months of 2013 data to work with and discuss.
They decided not report 2012 Full Year as no matter what their numbers are Wall Street beats the stock to a pulp. I think if they feel like it, they may disclose 2013's earnings sometime in 2015. Ask OP fundamentals don't matter, so why disclose earnings?
All kidding aside, March 7 pushed back based on CEO Andrus leaving.