PLANS TOPIC: 377 The Business Check-up

Ragland, Vincent
October 2010
Chicago Citizen;10/27/2010, Vol. 45 Issue 31, p5
The article reports on the significance of business check-up on both the finances and the staff and key management personnel in organizations.


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