Because they still make GPU's, APU's and they're still on the market. Their stock isn't dropping into nothingness, people aren't mass resigning, people aren't getting fired, sued, arrested, murdered or committing suicide.
Nothing like that is happening. It's business as usual, and the enthusiast crowd is butthurt because BD doesn't crush Intel, like AMD did that single and solitary time. Because Intel screwed up, that single and solitary time.
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The issue is quite real. Bulldozer is supposed to replace Phenom II, not compliment it, so Bulldozer must be improved quite a lot to not just offer a justifiable replacement for Phenom II, but to compete with Intel's Ivy Bridge.
Looking at their lineup they have the Phenom II line to attempt to compete with Sandy Bridge, and Llano to compete with Atom (which it does exceedingly well), and that is about it. The other mobile lineup (the "A8" series) is low power, but severely lacking in the CPU arena, though it does offer potent graphics. Bulldozer was supposed to bring competition, but it really didn't, and that is something that needs to be improved upon.