Nikon & Ritz camera (science fiction essay, part 2)

Disclaimer – since this post involves the finances of a publicly traded company, I want to clarify that this is a science fiction essay that may or may not be the truth or the real representation of the facts. Do not make any decisions or judgments based on this post or anything else in this blog.  The previous reports on this story were posted on other sites, so I cannot be responsible for their content. Here we go:

R**z actually lost the auction to a liquidation company. It was a very close loss. However, the bankruptcy judge felt that R**z’s proposal was a better long term solution that didn’t cut jobs, so the judge awarded the company back to him. N***n is not a partner. N***n temporarily bought back all of their merchandise to allow R**z to have more cash to buy the company. After N***n takes inventory, it will be bought back by R**z, and redistributed in a better fashion.

The above story (like everything else on this site) was based on a dream I had last night and since I have nothing else to do after the official Nikon announcement, I decided to post it.

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