Business Insider The Sport bible is dead, according to a source.
“It was a good business, but it wasn’t very profitable,” the source told Business Insider.
The source did not name the company.
It’s unclear if the source is a former employee or not.
“A lot of people are leaving.
I don’t know how much they’re worth.
It seems like the company was in trouble and people were leaving.”
The source, who declined to be named, said he quit the company in 2017 after about three years.
“I really like what we did there, but we’ve just been doing what we were doing for a while now,” he said.
“The future of the company is unclear.”
Business Insider/Jody Segal The company has been dormant for years.
It was founded in 2012 and is owned by a man named David, who said he started it as a hobby.
“We started out just as a business and ended up as an entertainment company,” he told Business Insider.
“At the time, it was just a hobby.”
It has about 30 employees, and most of them are contractors, according, Business Insider, although it did offer a part-time gig.
The website said that the company sells “sports apparel and accessories for men and women ages 6-18.”
“It also produces an extensive line of premium sports equipment and accessories,” the website added.
“For a fee, customers can get a sports car or motorcycle, or an Xbox console.”
The business was profitable, but in the end, it did not really make a lot of money,” the person told BusinessInsider.
Business Insider asked the company for comment.
BusinessInsiders sister publication, The Next Big Thing, said it was still listed as a non-profit organization.