Alas, it wasn't a "fired for cause" sort of thing as you may be wishing to hear of. They closed the entire facility, because their mismanagement had caused them to lose entirely too much money, and it was the quickest way to make up the shortfalls in the budget. If you believe other than that, then perhaps you have not looked too closely at exactly how EA.com actually used the money they got from EA.
Maybe a little. Are you? Drac's post from yesterday gave me pause.
T. Rowe Price sold off because they were overloaded with the stock but I am not sure if they are done with the selling yet.
In any case, I see the company meeting the EPS expectation for Q3 easily, and they are comfortable with Q4 consensus.
Did you see the analysts raised their consensus for the year? The company is bullish with the numbers and the analysts remain bullish for the sector, but someone has to be realistic at some point. We are in a recession, for Pete's sake!