GGF Shareholders Approve Pirate Bay Buy... But No One Knows Where The Money Is

from the still-sketchy dept

We're among those who think it's quite questionable as to whether or not the acquisition of The Pirate Bay by GGF will ever really go through. GGF's CEO Hans Pandeya has had a lot of trouble answering basic questions ever since the deal was originally announced. The company has had trading in its shares halted twice now, and many of the "big name" people that Pandeya used to show he was legit have separated themselves from the company -- often questioning Pandeya's ability to do this deal. So, lots of people are interested in the news that GGF shareholders have apparently "approved" the deal. But, that's somewhat meaningless as there still remains little evidence that GGF can actually scrape together the money needed to complete the purchase. This whole thing has been pretty questionable from the start, and there's nothing yet that suggests there's a real deal here at all.

Filed Under: hans pandeya
Companies: ggf, the pirate bay


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    Jay, 2 Mar 2010 @ 7:57am

    Well, the Pirate Bay deal may have fallen through, but it seems like old Hans hasn't given up. It seems he is about to re-enter the digital media work. Check out this story at The Music Void and see what you think - http://bit.ly/bX2mq0 Another failed endeavour?

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