How the board of directors could continue to tolerate management that has caused Lincoln's stock price to languish for a decade or so around $2, when at one time it was almost 10 times higher, is puzzling. Maybe their early and brilliant strategy of terminating all the great technical trade staff, while retaining financial staff that probably never walked the halls of the schools or talked with students, could be the issue.
Exactly what @Me68gfU-7Xspp said. And this is why Lincoln will never recover. Get off this Titanic while you can.