As I understand it, the entire workforce was technically outsourced through a third party, via a company that actually served as the teams employer. As a former CEO I have met with and been pitched by these types of firms, and they simply never made financial sense for my business model. The typical roll up was 22-30% to salaries, so a HUGE SG&A hit to a company where salaries are such a high % of operational costs. Now they will be employed by Catnip, roughly a potential $250K reduction for every $1M previously hitting the income statement as salaries. Also, it was clearly stated that Lord British has taken no compensation in a year or more. So when evaluating who is in and out, please consider this factor; folks that likely have an ownership stake in the outcome, may not be earning a salary, but may be significantly vested in the outcome due to the potential growth of their equity.