There is something missing from this. He's shutting down the AIM's too. It would seem logical that one might go, not the other.
As a journalist-in-training, I can tell you that the writer that covered the article was very lucky to A) get an interview with Jerry Yagen and B) have Yagen divulge the amount of information that he did.
Depending on the relationship that the journalist has with Mr. Yagen (strong working relationship vs. first time having met the guy...), there is a time and a place for pressuring your sources for more information. When a guy that you may have never met is possibly gearing up for the sale of the century, common sense tells us that you aren't going to go gung-ho with your questions about why he's doing what he's doing.
In addition, since the museum has been funded largely through admission income, private donations and the personal pocketbook of Mr. Yagen (privately is where I'm going here folks...), not a single person had to open up to anyone about what was actually happening here. Mr. Yagen was very gracious in releasing even that much information to the writer of the article.
Now, if the museum were being funded with government money (read: public monies), journalists would have had much more free reign with their questions and could have tracked the funds to find out where/what went wrong and why everything is unfolding the way that it is.
The point here is, is that although the article is vague, I wouldn't count on much more detailed information coming from "mainstream media" or the museum itself. If individuals that work for the MAM/Fighter Factory decide to divulge specific information to us, that will probably be on their own accord.
That being said, the best indicator of what's happening from now on at the museum will be when certain people who frequent both these forums and the museum itself report back to us with posts pertaining to "Saw the Corsair depart today for..." and "The Mustang is heading to her new home in..."