As I talked about in an earlier post on the Moral Hazards of Bankruptcy, here are two relevant links to articles about how the ownership of the Chicago based pizza chain of Giordano’s has been accused of looting the company of cash and assets before its impending bankruptcy.
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- How Best Buy Became Amazon’s Showroom and why your Big Box will Shrink
- When Friends count, How the Instagram Value Proposition is Worth a Billion Dollars to Facebook
- The Morality Clause, How Generating Revenue Streams Trump Marital Fidelity.
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