It is about time that upper management was cleaned out. The overpaid executives that have done nothing for the shareholders need to go. (i.e Keegan, Greenberg, Engelke et al) Then restructure the rest of operations. This place is a dying on the vine with this mgt team and no vision. Conference calls have been filled with empty and clueless responses from a mgt that is like a deer in the headlights. Shrinking the balance sheet to zero is not a strategy.