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As anyone who has used eBay knows, the Internet can be a great place to buy and sell things. Some entrepreneurs in Silver Spring, Md., have developed a site that helps bankruptcy trustees and lawyers sell the assets of a failed company. More than $1 billion worth of assets has already been listed on the site, www.bid4assets.com. A site like this vastly expands the audience of potential bidders, increasing interest in the items, raising the selling price, and bringing in more money for creditors. The owners take a “success fee” of up to 8 percent from those assets sold. It’s a great idea, but, please: make the typefaces much larger.

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