To: AD from SpringBay
They sold out to the man - can't serve two masters and all that. They've chosen...
I don't think there was any choosing about it. Phil Vischer emphatically did NOT want to sell out, but Big Idea went bankrupt and the assets were sold at auction.
posted on 09/29/2006 7:25:12 AM PDT
(What does it take to make government shrink?)
Did someone in the company embezzle all the cash? How does a company with a cash cow like Veggie Tales go bankrupt?
posted on 09/29/2006 7:34:34 AM PDT
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Big Idea went bankrupt and the assets were sold at auction.
Any details? How did this happen? They were so successful.
posted on 09/29/2006 7:38:49 AM PDT
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If VeggieTales were so amazingly, astoundingly popular, why did the company go broke?
posted on 09/29/2006 7:45:19 AM PDT
Of course, the multi-million dollar judgment against them was the precipitating cause of the bankruptrcy, but not the only cause. BTW, the judgment was overturned by the Appeals Court. Has it been reinstated by a higher court?
posted on 09/29/2006 8:09:24 AM PDT
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