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July 9, 2020

Truist’s Jim Geuther says plan for the future despite the uncertainty

By Adam Burroughs

Truist's Jim Geuther explores the importance of adaptability in a time of disruption and uncertainty.

July 2, 2020

Cyprium Partners’ Michael Conaton: Get Ready For EBITDAC

Cyprium Partners co-founder MIchael Conaton discusses where he thinks investors will look when they begin scrutinizing deals as the economy starts to recover and the rise of EBIDTA before COVID.

June 19, 2020

All Pro Freight’s Chris Haas: Finding opportunities in the uncertainties

In an economy that’s going up and down, those uncertainties are what makes the commercial real estate business thrive, says Chris Haas, founder, president and CEO of All Pro Freight Systems Inc.

June 10, 2020

Chemtron buys Vexor Technology

Avon-headquartered Chemtron Corp., a portfolio company of Kinderhook Industries LLC, has acquired Vexor Technology LLC, a regional provider of non-hazardous waste processing services and alternative energy solutions located in Medina.

June 3, 2020

Proformex’s Lou Schneeberger: Focus On The Fundamentals Now, Make A Good Deal Later

Business owners who can keep their companies afloat during a global pandemic will be quite attractive to investors when the economy begins to grow again, says R. Louis Schneeberger, executive chairman at Proformex.

June 3, 2020

JumpStart’s Jerry Frantz: Chaos And Uncertainty Will Eventually Create New Opportunity

A defining attribute of entrepreneurship is agility, the ability to nimbly maneuver through both adversity and opportunity, says JumpStart's Jerry Frantz.

June 2, 2020

Park Place Technologies Buys Missouri-Based Custom Hardware Engineering & Consulting

This is the second acquisition for Park Place Technologies in 2020 and its 14th since 2016. In January, Park Place acquired the network operations center of Cleveland-based IntelliNet.

May 26, 2020

Cresco Labs Reaches Deal To Acquire Four Ohio Cannabis Dispensaries

Completion of the transaction is subject to approval by the Ohio Board of Pharmacy. Upon closing, Cresco would have a total of five dispensaries in Ohio – the maximum allowed by the state.