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Internet News   Internet News : Tulip wants to buy back Commodore?
   posted by AmigaBlitter on 12-Oct-2007 9:05:38 (1972 reads)
In the year 2004, Tulip Computers - a dutch manufacturer - sold the Commodore brand to Yeahronimo media venture for $22m. The new Commodore, thanks to the ability of their own young and dynamic staff, now has a value of more than $80m. Tulip Computers seems to want to buy back the growing new Commodore, that is gaining great success with their own high end gaming machine.

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Re: Tulip wants to buy back Commodore?
Posted on 12-Oct-2007 14:46:41
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@all

Also some links in this thread about :
Quote:
Commodore Gaming Opens North American HQ

Hardware
Quote:
The Gravel in Pocket is available now in Europe, though pricing was not released.

and stock acquisition.

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Re: Tulip wants to buy back Commodore?
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TULIP should buy Amiga inc !

You know you want them to!


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Re: Tulip wants to buy back Commodore?
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Re: Tulip wants to buy back Commodore?
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"In 1997, Tulip took over Escom ... However, for many years very little happened, and late 2004 Tulip sold the Commodore name to Yeahronimo."

A marriage made in heaven!


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Re: Tulip wants to buy back Commodore?
Posted on 13-Oct-2007 14:39:18
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I think that's a bad idea... Commodore should not sell to Tulip and maintain their current status of independence.


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