Now you are just making stuff up. Please show me one company that did a reverse split (not a forward split which can be achieved by the board alone with a stock dividend) without a shareholder vote. As Mississippijohnhurt1 put it, this is just a side show and a diversion. This company should spend less time on stock manipulation and more on operations.
It is legally required to do a reverse split. It matters because it takes time and money to do -- netither of which this POS company has much of. A snap of the fingers it isn't -- I perceived by your attitude in suggesting it that you thought this was something the board could do on its own.
LFTB: You left out that much of the profit came from the one time event of selling the Schein inventory (which was essentially abandoned by Schein). Without that contribution to margin, the 2012 year would have ended with a whimper. Have you ever analyzed the sales of the core products since the coup and going direct? I suspect that the sales improvement based on non-core low margin OEM covers the fact that the direct sales effort of core products under Freddie is a failure.