I see these bulbs on the website too, pack of three for $20.00. I don't see any mention of made for Cree, just that they are labeled Cree. The warranty is for three years, although the expected lifetime is 13.7 years. I think the smaller base may be overall detrimental to the life span. It is a welcome addition to the Cree line up.
The price bounces around in a narrow range. I imagine that when it goes up someone is buying, and when it goes down someone is selling. I can't imagine who would buy though, and I wondered if anyone else had an idea about this. Is there some company that is interested in maintaining a market for this dead stock?
It means that some kind of mutually agreed upon solution is almost achieved. We don't have the slightest idea what that would be, or its effect on the shareholders. I would guess however that it won't be good for the shareholders, but will not be as bad for the management. Since there has been no actual attempt on the part of management to comply with SEC regulations for some years now (hiring accounting firms without getting an actual accounting doesn't count) this stock will be fined, delisted altogether and our shares will be more worthless than they already are.