By Paul Skeen & Amber Ferrie
There are a number of different buyer groups to consider when selling your business. Typically, they fall into one of two categories:
These buyers typically buy 100% of your business and assume responsibility for it.
These types […]
By Todd Gordon
A recent accounting industry conference, The AICPA Conference on Current SEC and PCAOB Developments, brought together regulators and accounting industry associations for a discussion. While designed for public conferences and SEC registrants, themes from the conference also speak […]
By Todd Reece
As data and network systems have become the backbone of modern business, it should be no surprise that privacy and information security have become increasingly important aspects of any merger or acquisition. Indeed, understanding the types of data […]
By Chad Fraughton
Cornerstone’s 27-year success story features many instances of mutually beneficial partnerships with companies and individuals providing complementary services; it also spawned six “sister” companies from internal resources to help meet the evolving needs of its clients.
Lean and mean. […]
By Matt Bartholomew
As we continue through a mature stage of this economic boom, sellers are entering the market to ensure their company can attain a perceived value while buyers are increasingly methodical and careful. A critical step to provide validity and […]
By Clint Peterson
Choosing a capital partner is one of the most consequential decisions for any young company. Yet most make the decision primarily based on price. Price is clearly important, but it is not the most important. Think about it: who […]