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Consolidating failing companies

By November 1959, when Ford finally mercy-killed the Edsel, it had lost an estimated $250 million–nearly $2 billion in today’s dollars.

She wanted to move to Miami and thought she could make good money on the building’s sale.

It is now a luxury condominium complex, with prices starting at $1 million.

Ironically, the very same shrine that so many skinny-jean hipsters and adrenaline-fueled punks would come to mourn was originally started by Hilly Kristal as a venue for his favorite music: “Country, Blue Grass and Blues.” In 1958, Ford’s newest vehicle, launched on “E-Day,” flailed, flopped, and imploded.

Some of the companies listed below, like Enron and De Lorean, exemplify this cataclysmic appeal.

Citing the “digital age,” she closed the doors and sold the building, moving the operations to an existing Hit Factory in Miami.

Troy Germano, Edward’s son, later acknowledged publicly that his mother simply closed it out of greed.

At one time, Woolworths was the leading music retailer in the entire U. During the 1950s and 60s, the store was instrumental to the Beatles’ sales success Indeed, Woolies also played a role in breaking Madonna to the rest of the world. As a result, their stock shot to almost $300 CAD a share.