What a sorry situation, sorry management and even sorrier stock. But I’m glad to see that before the ink was even dry on the proxy votes, management awarded themselves a slew of options. They all got ‘em, even Citronowicz, whose “punishment” I guess is long forgotten.
Was Keene decided to be of sound mind? BTW, I'd never before heard of anyone formally asking another professional's head to be examined. How humiliating. What kind of legal team would allow their client to say YES to such a thing!