It seems that Capcom's turmoil in transitioning to the latest gen is causing problems throughout its hierarchy.
In a public statement released on the 16th of June, Capcom announced that it is no longer renewing its countermeasure against companies trying to buy them out through owning large amounts of their stock. The renewal didn't pass as there weren't enough votes in its favour.
This can be seen as a lack of faith in Capcom's future by its shareholders, opening the way for Capcom to be bought out so that shareholders can get a return on their initial investment in the company.
A press statement from Capcom noted that they'll continue to try and keep their corporate value to ensure they retain the confidence of their shareholders.