Liquidating all

In United Kingdom and United States law and business, liquidation is the process by which a company (or part of a company) is brought to an end, and the assets and property of the company are redistributed.Liquidation is also sometimes referred to as winding-up or dissolution, although dissolution technically refers to the last stage of liquidation.

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In effect, these companies are liquidating themselves rather than facing up to the need for a dividend cut,” he wrote in his blog on Friday.

“The only thing that can save them from that eventuality, in my opinion, is a return to sustainably higher oil prices – something that I think is very unlikely to happen.” But why would companies choose to saddle themselves...

During the December shopping rush, the store’s 80 percent off deals and its sudden decision to disallow returns seemed more characteristic of a fire sale than a holiday bonanza.

And reports have cropped up across the country of individual store closures in recent weeks: Shoppers in the Washington region were notified by e-mail that the Pentagon City store was closing.

Closing a business and liquidating assets can be a very complicated procedure subject to many laws and regulations.

You should speak with an attorney or certified public accountant that specializes in business closures.

The Limited has posted a message on its website saying it is closing all of its 250 stores nationwide, a move that would make the women’s apparel chain the latest big-name retailer to be wounded by shoppers’ growing preference for online shopping and “fast fashion.” The posting said that the chain’s website would continue to be open for business.

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