The company will be in California next week for the Roth conference. Since they are due to report earnings a week later, one wonders what they can say that would be meaningful. Hopefully-but I am not optimistic-they will talk about how they have improved internal operations (better productivity per worker and better financial control would be welcome as topics of discussion. If they just point to lessened competition they will have wasted an opportunity, they have to demonstrate that they are in control of their destiny. To date, they have not done that. Now is the time, though Roth may not be the best venue to charge ahead.