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Old 16 May 2013, 17:15   #4
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I don't think it's something you can read in a Commodore Book of Facts or anything, but there seems to be a general opinion that Gould being the big investor and Ali being the managing director were responsible more than any for Commodore's demise.

What I meant was there were clearly too little put in R&D, and I don't think it was because they wanted to see the company go under or because they were incompetent, but because they could somehow profit from squandering funds, and raising their salaries perhaps. Maybe they were clever and saw the end coming long before anyone else.

Maybe Dave Haynie or some of the other last employees have a better idea.
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