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Things I’ve learned about buying A/E firms

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Things I’ve learned about buying A/E firms

By Mark Zweig | If you’re trying to buy or thinking about buying another company in this business, here are a few things that may be helpful to you.

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Treasure(y) stock

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Treasure(y) stock

By Will Swearingen | Don’t let the concept of treasury stock cloud your transition strategy.

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Energize: Randy Curry

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Energize: Randy Curry

President and CEO of DBR (Houston, TX), a 150-person Texas firm that values communication and superior service above all.

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