Barker, Emily
December 2000
Inc.;Dec2000, Vol. 22 Issue 18, p50
Deals with how chief executive officers (CEO) of various companies chose the locations of their businesses. Overview of the stories of entrepreneurs and CEO about business relocation; Why businessmen and CEO move their businesses. INSETS: Phoenix, by Mary Kwak;Greensboro-Winston-Salem;Portsmouth-Dover-Rochester.


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