That's one possibility of many. Perhaps they'll get split up and sold off. Perhaps they'll get bought out. Perhaps they'll sell off their money-losing sections and continue as a different sort of company. At the end of the day, the board will decide what's in the best interests of the shareholders, and that's not always going to be a continuation of the company as it currently stands. I doubt any of us have enough knowledge of those on it to know which way they'll go if the company's situation continues to deteriorate.