After the buyout

Kawasaki, Guy
March 1994
Macworld;Mar94, Vol. 11 Issue 3, p244
Explains the mechanics of acquiring a computer company. Effect on the entrepreneurial spirit; Technical support considerations; Realistic expectations for the acquiring company; Necessity for research; Professionalism in the business relationship.


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