Large or small - is that the right question?

Livert, Peter
June 2009
Money Marketing;6/25/2009, p58
The article focuses on the business conditions between large and small businesses. It is the author's view that size of a business should not be a great influencer in today's market. It is suggested that the evaluation is based on good efficient management, the best use of technology and the control of the ratio between income and expenses.


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