what a profound misread you have of the situation.
i would imagine the stock will trade to new lows before the end of the year.
regardless the earnings were not Cue's earnings, they were Meissner's numbers. yoy growth was terrible. 7%? i would expect 3-4% for inflation. so essentially the numbers, including cases sold, were flat. they will be able to cut further costs due to losing the salaries of the fired execs. plus i would imagine they will fire more workers. they may even get to a point of small profitability. but the valuation of the company is wildly out of whack. jones now would sell privately for a couple million dollars imho. and it will eventually price that way.