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Evaluating Acquisition Targets – Part 1

By Robert W. Bradford, CEO Even with a strategically appropriate acquisition, price is an issue. In the end, one could argue there are only two prices that matter in an acquisition offer: the price offered by the buyer, and the price that the seller is willing to accept. Reality is a bit more complicated than […]

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STRATEGIC PLANNING IN THE RECESSION

By Charles L. Bradford, Founder and Chairman Recession or Depression   Are we in a recession or a depression?  Whatever we call it is only a matter of semantics and really doesn’t matter.  The fact is that the economy is off by about 15% and still heading down.  What really matters is that businesses are […]

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