Give credit to the small-business owner

Mochari, Ilan
March 2001
Inc.;Mar2001, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p88
Focuses on how Nick Ypsilantis, chief executive officer of Accufile Inc. in Boston, Massachusetts, minimized his company's debt by limiting expenses in the firm's operations. Information on the operations of AccuFile; How the firm organized its payment collections from customers; How Ypsilantis analyzed the financial statements of the company.


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