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How is the new business capitalized?
Are third-party venture capitalists involved?
Can either company "stand alone"?
Why not split?
If third-party is involved, they might be looking for a quick turn-around and then liquidate, anyway.
FixYa is not the forum for this. I suggest you consult an attorney that is not currently associated or involved with this company.
Good Luck with your venture!
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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If you have gain with their bussiness, buy-them or move to next door on the front of them. as simple as that. If your business is stable, dont give that away, the wrost years is the first 5 years. Go with your idea (bussiness), dont look back. Someone allways trust in you, dont fail back
Posted on Dec 27, 2009
Testimonial: "yep its all looking good thanks for that straight to the point cheers"
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