These are the possibilities...
Donnybrook will continue to consider alternatives and the maximization of shareholder value, which alternatives may include further acquisitions or dispositions of assets, recapitalization, or mergers with other companies. Except as required by law, Donnybrook does not intend to disclose developments with respect to alternatives until the board of directors of the company has approved a definitive transaction or alternative. The company cautions that there are no guarantees that a transaction will be undertaken or an alternative pursued.
I'm betting that whatever happens in the future it will be more than .025 per share.
Might be dead money though until this accumulation phase is over.