Crafting Solutions for Troubled Businesses
This is a practical guide to evaluating and addressing the challenges of a distressed business - whether due to being overleveraged, poorly managed, or is underperforming. The authors provide practical advice, based on their involvement collectively in more than 150 financially stressed businesses, on how to maximize the value of a troubled business.
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