How about learning to read a financial statement first and look up the definition of goodwill. When a company acquires, the premium paid goes to goodwill. It's a normal part of M&A. But they've also been writing it down, right? Oh, you apparently missed that part.
It's a moot issue and not gong to happen. If you understand the split share structure, you'd appreciate the goal of not diluting the A shares by doing buybacks. Were management to buy shares on the open market, that would be great to see, but another buyback is not going to happen. The ideal scenario is actually a negotiated sale of B shares to a fundo. That would be bullish.
3mm total but they also said they'll likely redirect into R&D. restructuring will be completed this Q. with the $10mm rev already booked, $20mm seems like a reasonable top line with upside into the mid 20s.