Wait, didn't she say in the last conference call that they were down to a final selection of very high calibre candidates for CEO? I figured she was referring to other people... so how did she end up getting the job?
In any case, she seems to be competent (I'm sure many here will disagree).
I was thinking that any new CEO would need to be at the helm for a while before they would pull the trigger on the Nasdaq listing; i guess this means that we could see that happen sooner rather than later. That is good news.
Or... they announce the new CEO in the coming weeks, introduce him on the next conference call. He runs the next conference call after that to show he's in charge; from then on its full speed towards a nasdaq listing, and hit the switch on the stock split. New shareholders pile in and we finally get the long awaited price correction.