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In the News (Fri 17 Aug 18)

  
  History of Commodore
Birth of a Legend Commodore International Limited was founded in 1958 by Jack Tramiel, a typewriter repairman from the Bronx, New York.
The Commodore 128, a successor to and more powerful machine than the C64, was selling for $300 at the time, also helping to keep the company afloat.
Current On April 29, 1994, Commodore International announced that it had been unable to renegotiate terms of its outstanding loans and was closing down the business.
www.thocp.net /companies/commodore/commodore_company.htm   (1265 words)

  
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In one of the most surprising announcements over the past few days, Commodore Gaming has confirmed to us that old Commodore 64 games are on their way to the...
Commodore 64 classics will be coming to the Wii's Virtual Console later this year, Nintendo has announced.Available for 500 Wii Points (GBP 3.50/ EUR 5) a pop, all-time C64 favourites including Uridium and International Karate have been confirmed so far, with 'regular updates' bolstering the line-up...
Today 12:01 Commodore 64 classics will be coming to the Wii's Virtual Console later this year, Nintendo has announced.
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 Commodore International Corporation
We’ve made it our business to provide our customers with unrivalled access to personalized media entertainment – available anytime, anywhere and on any device.
Commodore International Corporation is actively pursuing partnerships that will enhance the content and services we offer to our customers.
As the company responsible for reviving the Commodore name, Commodore International Corporation is dedicated to building on the strong heritage of this famous brand.
www.commodorecorp.com   (88 words)

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