To sell or not to sell

Maio, Maurice
August 1997
Plumbing & Mechanical;Aug97, Vol. 14 Issue 6, p92
Examines factors that influence the decision of an entrepreneur to sell or not to sell a company. Impact of consolidation; Acquisition of cash; Employment contract; Acquisition of shares of stock from merged entity; Benefits of consolidation. INSET: Thanks.., by Steve Smith..


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