Climbing Back Up

Mochari, Ilan
March 2002
Inc.;Mar2002, Vol. 24 Issue 3, p92
Discusses how fire-escape ladder maker X-It Products solved internal and competition problems. History of the company; Background on competition with Kidde Safety and the resulting litigation; Discussion on the changing relationship between founders Andrew Ive and Aldo DiBelardino; Efforts of DiBelardino to solve the business problems; Participation of the financiers in dealing with the problems.


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