How Entrepreneurs Cash in

August 29, 2006 at 10:15 pm Leave a comment

Some buyers are even more brazen. After all, if you are the bigger party in a deal, you don’t have to rely on subtle tactics to run an entrepreneur down. Jon Carder, 28, is the CEO of Client Shop, a San Diego online matchmaker that connects consumers looking for loans with banks. He started the company in 2002 with $2,000, built it into a 60-person outfit with $8.5 million in revenues, then sold it this February. But his deal had an especially bumpy finish.

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