Smells like a flop to me
Company drastically low on funds, needs to turn a profit fast. First thing they do?
Fire a load of execs who know what they're doing, and probably give out big layoff payments to cover it
Hire a load of new execs who do not know what they're doing, and probably on a higher pay grade than previous execs.
Most likely to cover these payoffs they'll wind up letting go of a number of staff lower down the ladder which isn't listed. This will generally include a large number of people with that hidden knowledge which keeps things running, knowledge the new clueless execs will doubtlessly need to do their jobs half proficiently.
Numerous current projects will be dropped and their teams disbanded leading to a loss of investment, while numerous new projects will be started up with a large cash investment, effectively doing what what of the previously closed down projects was doing only with a different team.
The early rapid firings will lead to a sudden growth in profit as they're paying out less which will keep them lised for the 2 terms needed for that loan and get confidence back, but after that the company will begin to sink again faster than it did before.
Of course by that time the new CEO will have left, washing his hands and lauding himself for 'saving the company' even though all he did was throw it a life prserver filled with explosives which will go off at any minute.
The new CEO will come in afte rschmidt leaves, realize there's nothing they can do and run a second round of damage control to keep the company listed and looking profitable as they begin to asset strip and sell off large chunks of the company to competitors in order to keep a single core business area afloat.
And I only make this large and rather scathing prediction because it seems to happen all the time.