They Were Acquired ... and Then the Buyer Went Bust
The apparel startup Richer Poorer thought it had found the perfect deal, but then everything went wrong.
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The apparel startup Richer Poorer thought it had found the perfect deal: A fast-growing e-commerce brand wanted to buy it, offering an influx of cash and resoures while leaving the founders in control. But after the deal went through, a nightmare scenario folded: The new parent company started to collapse.
In this episode of Problem Solvers, hosted by senior editor Stephanie Schomer, we learn how Richer Poorer's founders put the wheels in motion to get out -- and saved their company just in time.
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