The real legacy of Spring Street Brewing

September 1999
Inc.;Sep99, Vol. 21 Issue 12, p54
Interviews Andy Klein, founder of Spring Street Brewing Co. regarding the company's direct public offering or fund-raising via the Internet. Message to companies with small stock offerings; Status of Spring Street Brewing; His forecasts on raising capital over the Internet. INSET: Old-line ways, on-line means.


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