The embattled conglomerate should move quickly on a sale of its iconic lightbulb business, exploiting investors’ surprising appetite for the digitally challenged industry
NYS Entity Status
- Dissolution by Proclamation / Annulment of Authority (Sep 28, 1994)
NYS Filing Date
JANUARY 29, 1990
NYS DOS ID#
NESTOR M DIMAYUGA
135 WEST 2ND STREET
WEST ISLIP, NEW YORK, 11795
NYS Entity Type
DOMESTIC BUSINESS CORPORATION
1990 - BRIGHT IDEAS, INC.
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