Did you hear?... Fiscal reports from ski resorts are posted

Remember that pithy quip supposedly first put forth by a Harvard Business school professor that "the only way to a small fortune in the alpine ski business is to start with a larger one."
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Remember that pithy quip supposedly first put forth by a Harvard Business school professor that "the only way to a small fortune in the alpine ski business is to start with a larger one." Rings true as a few first quarter fiscal reports from ski resorts are posted. Vail resorts lost $24.4 million and the American Skiing company lost $65.5 million. Heading into Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection for the second time in 6 years, is Vermont's Bolton Valley ski area.

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