Raising capital: the Grant Thornton LLP guide for entrepreneurs
Irwin Professional Pub., 1996 - Business & Economics - 185 pages
Grant Thornton, the U.S.'s seventh largest accounting and management consulting firm, gives business owners and entrepreneurs all the market alternatives for obtaining capital and the implications these alternatives have on their personal estates and corporate assets.
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