Liquidator Liquidated

from the good-or-bad? dept

During the dot com bust years, there was high demand for dot com liquidators to come in and clean up the last bits of your business and sell off the pieces. Danny O'Brien has noted one of the firms that focused on helping companies liquidate and auction off all their goods, is now liquidating itself as its remaining assets are being auctioned off. This does raise the inevitable question of whether or not this is a good sign or a bad sign? If a company that made all its business shutting down tech companies has to go out of business, does that mean that tech companies aren't shutting down any more?

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    Sam Nobody, 10 Jun 2004 @ 7:45pm

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    It just means the industry is lean again.
    No more fat to suck up.
    Don't worry, it'll happen again.
    Give it ten to twelve years, and we'll be where we are now.

    Nothing ever really changes in this industry.

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