What really matters is it's PEG ratio which is 1.46 indicating the P/E is too high relative to growth. To compute the company's stock value divide the current stock price 33.71 by its PEG ratio and add the 3.08 cash per share to the result = 24.80.
If MYGN had a dividend you would need to add that back also. .... but no dividend.
MYGN has no debt, thus no debt per share to subtract from the 24.80.
Essentially MYGN is worth $24.80.
There is ZERO reason to pay an executive to run a company in this business into the ground, particularly when there are thousands of superior management people available who could do the job for far LESS than these massively overpaid executives. Massively overpaid because they are massively incompetent.
Anecdotal checks / unscientific.
Mid Atlantic area, Large eggs, Retail:
Save-A-Lot 99 cents this week, wobbled down again.
Aldi Stores 1.35 this week, down from 1.66.
Other stores unchanged this week (Safeway, Walmart, Giant, etc.).