Earlier this year DRGZ did a 100 for 1 reverse split. So yes it applies to DRGZ but is not likely a part of it's future.
With the economic slow down DRG's survival is pretty amazing. In the eyes of most longs the reverse costed us the stock we bought higher (some of averaged down and are sitting OK).
The right question to ask is about DRG's future. CEO Rice has been working for her equity position the last two years and now has the most to loose or gain with DRG's success or failure. Over the last two years she's spent probably $70K-80K on free trading shares. She's convinced the company will be worth more down the road.