Rescue at cc

Fenn, Donna
February 2001
Inc.;Feb2001, Vol. 23 Issue 2, p58
Explores the efforts of business owner Tom Danner and a group of fanatical customers in order to save software company Haven Corp. from closure and business failure. How customers view Haven and its products; Example responses of customers to the decision of Danner to cease the company's operations; Suggestions of customers to revive Haven Corp.; Efforts of Danner that saved Haven Corp. from closure.


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