I am tempted to wonder, having worked in the business/
advertising /marketing community for over 40 years,"What were these people
thinking of?" But I've been tempted to wonder that a lot in the past.
I'm now starting to wonder what on earth Business Schools are teaching their
graduates, or in fact if they ever should graduate anyone at all. Sheese!
>From: Arthur Entlich <email@example.com>
>Subject: Re: filmscanners: Polaroid Good As Gold Guarantee
>Date: Thu, 12 Jul 2001 03:12:35 -0700
>Chris Hargens wrote:
> > Bankruptcy doesn't entail an end to service agreements, etc. It merely
> > creditors on hold.
>Bankruptcy protection puts creditors on hold. Bankruptcy puts creditors
>in line for any assets.
>I suspect a white knight will come along. Polaroid is too valuable a
>name to let go of, but it could be a very different company when this is
>I hate adding fuel to the paranoia, because it becomes a self-fulfilling
>prophecy, but if Polaroid was to go bankrupt those $200 rebate coupons
>could be worthless, since you would end up at the end of a very long
>line of creditors.
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