Beaumont Hospital Takes Plans' Pulse

Rasmussen, Eric
February 1999
Investment Management Weekly;02/01/99, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p2
Reveals the plan of William Beaumont Hospital in Michigan to give its investment plans a thorough checkup for the year 1999. Probable changes from the investment plans; Financial status of the hospital; Remarks from Joseph Bruni, associate director of corporate finance.


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