I enjoyed Dawson's interview from a couple years back: https://www.indiehackers.com/podcast/038-dawson-whitfield-of-logojoy
I feel like there are some lessons to be learned from their struggles. The perils of VC funding and rebranding come to mind as the obvious ones. On a deeper level, it seems to me the very traits that served him well as an indie maker may not have served him equally well as CEO of a rapidly growing VC backed company. As a solo maker, he pivoted from project to project until he hit on something that worked (if memory serves). But that same rapid iteration seems to have translated into trouble once he was scaling a company. There seemed to me a casualness in his tone when he was discussing hiring a lot of folks.
Sorry if that seems harsh, just my passing thoughts. Running a business is tough, and I hope Dawson is able to refocus Logojoy and successfully rebuild their core offerings.