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Commodore International files for bankruptcy

Commodore International files for bankruptcy - 29 April, 1994

29 April, 1994

Commodore International which had introduced some of the most popular computers including Commodore 64, the largest selling computer of all time (Guinness Record), filed for bankruptcy on 29th April 1994.
The company had been set up by Jack Tramiel, a Polish-American businessman.

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