If you look at the number here. Margins are off the chart so what really dragging the profits down is selling costs. They have to sell all on their own. Being bought by the right company and that company adds 200 mill in revs and your selling costs could be just a part of a package. Plus now it becomes part of your portfolio of products. Long term I see something like that here, I'm not to concerned with the PE because this technology can't last as a separate entity it needs to be part of a bigger picture. What is has is worth more then what it is.
Everything is your fault. Want the big chair, big bucks and call the shots. Well hey, you are responsible for the people under you. If they screw up you should not of had them there in the first place. Your board of directors turned into a bunch of yes people and didn't hold you accountable. Where are they now, gone with a ton of stock you gave them to keep quiet.
Let's see what Jeff can do. He will have a honeymoon for a few quarters blaming past management then will need to start showing progress maybe next year, hopefully sooner.
It will be OTC or pink slip by end of year. The only people who made money on this are the people who shorted it and 50 employees who are trying to keep it afloat long enough to walk away with a bag of loot, How many stock offerings and reverse splits will it take to realize this is going no where.