• @Tosti
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    4 months ago

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    • @MiltownClowns@lemmy.world
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      175 months ago

      If there’s anything left to sell after all the debtors. His genius plan to save money by not paying any bills isn’t a great long-term business strategy. Not to mention that billions in debt settled on the company just by buying them. It’s like buying a Ferrari, digging around in the seats for loose change, and then setting fire to the Ferrari while screaming at Mickey Mouse that you won’t be blackmailed with money.

      It’s so fun to watch.

      • @Flipper@feddit.de
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        55 months ago

        Considering how the company is leaded with debt, I wouldn’t be surprised if a single € would be overpaying currently.

    • ripcord
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      75 months ago

      Lower prices to entice them to come back

      Sadly, that will probably work. Just like it did the last couple of times. Or just wait a month.

    • @Dultas@lemmy.world
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      75 months ago

      A textbook example of what happens when you tear down things of which you don’t understand why they are there

      Chesterton’s Fence