The last thing they were clinging to was the company was over valued and losing money. Now they are reporting a profit of 25 cents per share and revenues have also increased. A lot still in the pipeline.
Attn Shorts: that ringing noise you hear is your broker calling you to cover your position- LOLOL
There are state laws that protect minority shareholders- so they would have to pay fair market value and would expect they would even pay a premium (as in the cases of public buyouts) just to avoid the possibility of litigation. IMO Dr. Frost would prefer to keep OPK public so it can be a source to raise capital for acquisitions, trials, etc if need be but have a majority holding so he can run the company the way he sees fit without a lot of "interference" from other shareholders/investors.