SOL is moving because of their recent restructuring effort. Massive layoffs occurred last week. The only potential problem would be a lack of an effective sales force at this point since most of the long-timers are gone.
I dont see anything in the news about them losing any major accounts recently, all I see is a change of CEO and a stock that has gone from 4 13/16 to 6 7/16 which is excuse the math but a 30 to 40 percent gain in a couple of months. If you look at the trading it seems to go up in aftermarket trading very often, between mon night and tuesday morning it was up to something like 7 1/2 in aftermarket trading. then it gets knocked down in the day then someone buys aftermarket again. That's just how it looks if you look at the daily trends. Any stock that goes up 30% in 2 months is a winner to me.
There were many sales managers, sales reps, and regional managers let go across the country -- the people that actually sell the product to the customers. In addition, several people at the corporate office in CA were layed off. Perhaps there were "3" upper management personnel let go, but the people who actually do the work were let go, leaving those left with quite a load to carry.