Corporate intensive care: why businesses fail and how to make them succeed
CORPORATE INTENSIVE CARE: WHY BUSINESSES FAIL & HOW TO MAKE THEM SUCCEED is a comprehensive handbook for all parties involved with an underperforming or distressed business. It takes the reader through the steps for correctly diagnosing the company's problems...implementing appropriate remedial techniques...& then rebuilding for long-term health. Included are an illustrative case study, numerical examples, checklists & a sample debt restructuring agreement, all presented within a logical & time-saving format. Introduces a new & unique early warning system to detect business problems in time to make corrective change. Provides a description of the mechanics, benefits, disadvantages of, & alternatives to, Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceedings. An essential resource for chief executive officers, chief financial officers, shareholders, investment bankers, credit managers, venture capitalists, attorneys, consultants, accountants & bankers, a valuable training resource. Now available in paperback at $19.95, ISBN 0-9634940-1-5. York Publishing Co., 16781 Chagrin Blvd., #336, Shaker Heights, OH 44120. (216) 491-0231. Volume discounts available from publisher.
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Reasons for business failure
Corporate Treadmill Test
Measuring financial health
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