Bob Taylor

Hromadka, Erik
June 2008
Indiana Business Magazine;Jun2008, Vol. 52 Issue 6, p16
The article focuses on the factors that affect better management of Bob Taylor, chief executive officer of Do It Best Corp. in Indiana. It states that the values acquired from his father and grandfather serves as the bases for proper handling of independent hardware store owners and vendor of the company. Further, Taylor reveals that working with his father and grandfather assures continuous growth of the business.


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