The Search Is On

There are folks out there who want to buy your company … with someone else's money
Source: Illustration © TheISPOT.com/Keith Negley

Most entrepreneurs start from scratch, using their own and investors' money to fund their dreams. But there's another breed of entrepreneur, called a "searcher," who is more interested in growing a business than in creating one. The best part? They get to do it on someone else's dime. And they're interested in

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