BRP shut down their outboard motor division. That is just a piece of what bombardier owns. So why wouldn’t textron shut down something that’s not prospering for a them? It’s a different world out there today. I’m not a cat fan but I don’t want to see them goTextron would not "bankrupt" the Arctic Cat snowmobile business division, they would just either sell it (Yamaha is probably the only potential buyer) or shut it down and sell the saleable assets (which would probably be real estate, anything in the patent portfolio, spare parts, and a few machine tools, etc.). And if the snowmobile business division is loosing money, they would do one of these soon. MBA 101 is to never consider "sunk costs" this means if you are loosing money or don't have a path of profitability in 36 months or less, than get rid of it or shut it down, no matter what the initial investment was.