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On 17 November the court of Alkmaar declared DS Art , which encompasses Dirk Scheringa’s art collection, bankrupt. Sixteen employees of the museum in Spanbroek were fired. At that time Dirk Scheringa was building a new museum in Opmeer. ABN Amro impounded 1300 art pieces to serve as collateral for DSB Bank’s mortgage-debt of 32 million euro. In March 2012, retired Dutch businessman Hans Melchers bought the bulk of this collection in a deal with Deutsche Bank , who were curator. Melchers is currently looking for a good location to make these paintings (over 1000) available to the public. [11]

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Neuromancer I agree that more should be taken into consideration than just money and I could see how Mr MM could be interpreted as uncaring in the above anecdote however I don’t think Trishia is a real “poor” person, rather she is just someone experiencing the consequences of her own ill-thought-out financial approach. She didn’t even understand the terms of the pawn shop loan properly. Giving money to people like this would maybe help them in the short term, but I don’t think Mr MM got to where he is today by giving money away to silly people. I feel that “big picture” Mr MM is directing his time/money in far more useful ways (such as this blog!).

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While it's impossible to say whether Tropicana has permanently lost share, as a result of the blunder, competitors are likely taking note. "We think the Minute Maid brand has opportunity for growth, and we're working hard to make that happen," said Ray Crockett, a Coca-Cola spokesman. Most Popular In this article:

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Natalie Zmuda Natalie Zmuda oversees the CMO Strategy section and is responsible for identifying and analyzing the latest trends impacting chief marketers. Natalie also covers the retail and non-alcoholic beverage categories. She joined Advertising Age in 2008, following five years covering the retail and fashion industries for Conde Nast Publications.

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