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AtomicTom
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PostSubject: Eterna in trouble   Eterna in trouble Icon_minitimeThu May 25, 2017 1:59 pm

Just caught this news guys. Not sure if you had time to yet.

Looks like Eterna is not doing too well, and has had many layoffs, and just had it's newly
appointed CEO leave them also. Evidently they have not been doing well for a while now.
Although their Eterna Movement Company looks to still be doing alright during the new
restructuring that has been happening.

Have the article right here for you from WatchPaper everyone...


http://www.watchpaper.com/2017/05/23/eterna-ist-kaputt/

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PostSubject: Re: Eterna in trouble   Eterna in trouble Icon_minitimeFri May 26, 2017 8:57 am

Maybe Invicta will buy them.....like Glycine.

Eterna is a storied brand with a long and deep history. Like to see them continue.

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PostSubject: Re: Eterna in trouble   Eterna in trouble Icon_minitimeFri May 26, 2017 12:31 pm

sixtysix wrote:
Maybe Invicta will buy them.....like Glycine.

Eterna is a storied brand with a long and deep history. Like to see them continue.


Smile I guess someone will buy them hopefully Gary. Like you said, they have such a great history.
Can't really imagine them going away, and unfortunately it's evidently something that has been
happening in the watch industry since it started right sir? I mean it's hard to keep up with all of
the brands, or companies past, and present that have disappeared, or been bought up over the
years.

Really am hoping that they can turn it around, or can team up with another company maybe. Eterna in trouble 803574

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