Inspite of his being found guilty by the jury, the Board of Directors failed to take swift action to terminate his services and replace him with a competent COB and CEO at the time of his indictment five years ago. Resultantly, the Company has languished and has lost its stock value once at $22.00 and now at 8 cents per share.
Incredibly, the Board of Directors is maintaining Kang on the Company roster. They have been in complete denial as they have let him move virtually all of the productive assets out of the control of Liquidmetal and into the hands of his brother, James Kang, who operates a company called Grace Metals in China.
The Company maintains a plant in Korea which is utilizing a fraction of its floorspace for a greatly downsized operation. Two new members of the Board, real estate magnates from Iran, have yet unload this property and use the proceeds to pay down the Company debt built up by the Kang Brothers over the years.