On a roll

Kaelble, Steve
December 1998
Indiana Business Magazine;Dec98, Vol. 42 Issue 12, p14
Focuses on the increasingly popular consolidation strategy in the United States known as the roll-up. Merger and consolidation activities involving small businesses; Key industries in Indiana that have shown growth in merger activities; Wholesale distribution as a prime roll-up business; Technology as a key to the roll-up strategy of NCS Healthcare.


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