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December 31, 2004

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Walter Adamson

DoCoMo is not liquidating the business but liquidating the entity, perhaps to make the business more core to the main business.

See my analysis of item 5 on this page:

https://www.imodestrategy.com/#50102-2

Tom Hume

Hmm, I'm not clear on what the difference is between liquidating a business and liquidating an entity. They both sound very 20s mobster to me...

Shutting down a business unit seems like a very downbeat way of showing that you want to put more effort into the area it was covering, but maybe I'm being commercially naive.

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