In the question you are referring to, the analyst was asking for something that was definitely not in the prepared statements. It would have been perfectly fine if Pera simply said "I am sorry but we cannot share this information for competitive reasons." But instead he decided to first pretend this info was in the prepared statement and then just flat out said "next question."
Similarly the question about the CFO was a total soft ball. He could have knocked it out of the park by simply saying "using our current financial consultants is a little costly but it does not present other operational problems; I would very much prefer to find a long term CFO as soon as possible but the company can operate well with the current consultants. "
They presented great results and the analysts were very friendly and optimistic. All he needed to do is go out there and take a victory lap, not pick quarrels.
I have to say, they would really benefit from better communication with shareholders, even if it is bad news. The worst thing they can do is keep bad news secret while people with insider knowledge sell the stock.
Luckily your predictions about the stock price were not true. Revenue shrank because of low prices due to lower currencies. But MFLX has their manufacturing facilities in China so their costs improved from lower currencies as well. Thus, profits increased. And profits are the important thing.