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lastorders.com, the B2C drinks e-tailer, has ceased trading after its management team decided to call time on the venture once further investment dried up. Investors could lose up to £2.5m as the company directors sell off assets and domain names to try and re-coup some of the original investment. lastorders.com began trading in 1999, set-up with £250,000 from the family of co-founder James Oliver.


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