Home Depot's newest role is both student and teacher

Miodonski, Bob
January 2000
Contractor Magazine;Jan2000, Vol. 47 Issue 1, p64
Trade Publication
Editorial. Deals with the acquisition of Apex Supply Co. by Home Depot Inc. Implication of the acquisition on the move of Home Depot to reach professional contractors; Lessons that Apex could teach to Home Depot.


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