A company can still be bought out of receivership. That's how Standard picked up Triumph, for example. But (as I understand it) whereas an administrator tries to keep running the business whilst looking for buyers/investigating what happened, etc, the receivers are duty-bound to find the best bids for the assets, even if that means splitting the company up.The company could go into receivership- that way its 100% over. Unfortunately its a likely scenario. fingers crossed
But that sort of head in the sand ignore-it-and-it-doesn't-really-matter is the kind of attitude that kills off companies...including car manufacturers. The ability for a firm to respond positively to legitimate criticism and feedback is vital.EssexMGR said:That way, those people that don't wish to read the comments, don't have to in other threads.