What's Next?The next critical event comes on Sept. 22, when shareholders vote on whether to keep the company's board intact or to remove the board and replace it with a slate proposed by Crescendo. If the Crescendo slate wins, expect the company (assuming Crescendo then takes control of the company) to hire an investment bank and either look to get bought at a much higher price or take on debt and repurchase shares. Also, Crescendo has noted that the company frequently missed guidance on revenue. I expect that there might be a one-time readjustment of revenue, and then I would look for the company to start surpassing guidance. Meanwhile, as TSC reporter Emma Trincal, has
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