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Sep
19
2006

Liquidity Services fosters growth

Washington Times — September 19, 2006

Industry analysts say online auctioneer Liquidity Services' recent investments put it on course to steady growth from its business of selling surplus goods for corporations and government agencies...

May
01
2006

The New Liquidators

Internet Retailer — May 01, 2006

Overstocked, returned and outdated products have long been thorns in the sides of retailers. They take up valuable warehouse or shelf space that could be better used to stockpile current inventory...

Apr
04
2006

Pay-Per-Call 101

iMedia Connection — April 04, 2006

The general manager of goWholesale explains how this search strategy can help small B2Bs increase direct sales leads — whether or not they have a website.

Mar
16
2006

Executive Spotlight with Bill Angrick

Potomac Executive Biz — March 16, 2006

Liquidity Services, Inc. recently completed an IPO. The company is a leading online auction marketplace for wholesale, surplus and salvage assets. In this week's issue, we interview Bill Angrick...

Mar
15
2006

Liquidity Services Wins Contract to Auction DoD Surplus in Germany

Auctionbytes — March 15, 2006

Online auction company Liquidity Services Inc. is enhancing its European operations through a new contract award finalized on February 3, 2006, with the U.S. Defense Reutilization and Marketing...

Mar
07
2006

goWholesale Rings in Pay-Per-Call Advertising

ADOTAS — March 07, 2006

"For the wholesale industry, having an online presence is critical in acquiring new business customers," said Asad Haroon, General Manager of goWholesale. "Our pay-per-call advertising solution...

Dec
01
2005

Alumni Profile: William P. Angrick III '95, Asad Haroon '88 and Jaime Mateus-Tique

Kellogg World Magazine — December 01, 2005

Class of 1995 graduates William P. Angrick III and Jaime Mateus-Tique credit the Kellogg School for a solid grounding in entrepreneurship. While earning their MBA degrees, they worked through...

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