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Resource ID: #17014
Subject: Computers
Source: Wall Street Journal (New York)
Date: 2000-11-08



InaCom, once the world's largest computer dealer, went into bankruptcy in 2000 and is being investigated by the SEC for possible accounting irregularities. The article analyzes InaCom from its roots in an Omaha irrigation-equipment company to its heyday of $6.9 billion in revenue to its final, chaotic hours.

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