Buying blind

Brodsky, Norm; Burlingham, Bo
May 1998
Inc.;May98, Vol. 20 Issue 6, p35
Focuses on buying a business, with reference to ways in which a person who has never bought a business may fall into a negotiation process on the wrong questions. Insight to where people go wrong when buying a business; Details on a story of an individual's experience.


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