Dot Coms Have Little to Offer for Sale

from the bye-bye-companies dept

A good article in the NY Post that points out why many dot coms are likely to just disappear rather than be sold. The fact is they don’t have much in the way of assets. Since many of these companies are completely virtual, there’s no hard assets to sell. In many cases the brands aren’t worth very much. The market share is close to non-existent. If anything, there may be management, but it seems that people tend to split after their company has been purchased. So, that doesn’t leave much of value.

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