The Lazarus Play

Greco, Susan
October 2002
Inc.;Oct2002, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p100
Looks at how Gordon Weinberger and Pam Coleman succeeded in turning around Top of the Tree Baking Co. from the verge of bankruptcy. Background of the company; Strategy employed by Weinberger to lift the company's cash-flow.


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