Are you, by any chance, a lawyer, litigator, attorney, "adviser", "councillor", or similar? Your style of posting seems to point to a person who starts out with a negative opinion of a business, and it goes downhill from there. (I find it funny how you refer to Cupolo as "The Involved Company", I mean it sounds very legal-ese)
Is it a triumph of consumer rights when a shop closes down?
Is it not a triumph of consumer rights when the consumer is happy about the resolution of the issue, to the point where they would recommend that shop to others?
But you have already stated that you would not shop there, and that you are prepared to lambast it, which, to me, points to someone who is not interested in consumer rights, or in business, but in gaining victories over people. No matter who, no matter what the facts are, and then claiming that you were doing "good" or doing "right".
As they say, a little knowledge can be a dangerous thing. Perhaps before tearing the next company to shreds, you could do a bit more research other than looking on eBay, maybe by asking others, or visiting one of their shops?
I apologise if this sounds angry, but I don't like lawyer types, and that sort of attitude.