Business with big-name local backers collapses

O'Reiley, Tim
December 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);12/29/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 52, pP13
The article focuses on the filing of Chapter 7 bankruptcy by YourBuyer Inc. on November 26, 2008. It is inferred that the firm's intention to venture into construction materials business resulted to their downturn. The company's former Senior Vice President Cortney Smith alleged that the firm had not collapsed and that the funds were diverted by president and chief executive officer Mark McNally for personal expenses. It is also emphasized that McNally's salesmanship has augmented the business message.


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