September 2002
Mix;Sep2002, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p16
Focuses on the decision of Robert Wright and Alan Miksch to reinvest in Audio Precision Inc. Reasons for the move of the former chief executives; Value of the shares; Impact of the move on market performance of the company.


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