Tag: Exit

St. Peter’s to exit environmental laboratory business

ALBANY — St. Peter’s Health Partners is exiting the environmental testing business with the closing of the Bender Laboratory, which the hospital group has operated for decades. A St. Peter’s spokesman said talks are under way to sell the business, which he said was profitable.

The seven full-time employees at Bender can apply for other open positions at St. Peter’s or seek to transition to new owners if a buyer is found. Or they can leave St. Peter’s through what spokesman Bob Webster said was its enhanced severance program.

Bender Laboratory provided a range of water testing services, often required by mortgage bankers before they would approve a loan for homes that depended on wells for their water supply.

The laboratory specializes in household water testing, but also provides testing services to schools, municipalities, small businesses, well-drilling companies and mobile home parks.

Webster said St. Peter’s decided to exit the

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San Francisco Bay CA IT MSP Strategic Business Sale Exit Guide Launched

ExitMaximizer of San Francisco Bay, CA launches a new guide and service that teaches Managed Service Providers (MSP’s) how to effectively grow their business, with the end goal of priming their company for a lucrative acquisition.

LIVERMORE, CA / ACCESSWIRE / September 11, 2020 / ExitMaximizer, a business consultancy based in San Francisco Bay, CA, announces the launch of a new guide called An MSP Business Owner’s Guide to Increasing Growth & Business Value. Written by company principal Rocco Musumeche, this resource teaches managed service providers (MSP) how to sustainably grow their business, with the end goal of priming their company for a lucrative acquisition, while also enabling them to reap the benefits of a stress-free growing business in the meantime.

More information about ExitMaximer and how to download the free guide is available at http://exitmaximizer.com.

The MSP industry has experienced rapid growth in the past decades, with research

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Bitmain Denied, Coinbase Blocked and a Potential EOS Exit Scam

Bitmain’s appeal to recoup $30 million in alleged lost revenues from Poolin has been denied, Digital Currency Group has acquired a retail-focused exchange and Venezuelan officials appear to have blocked access to Coinbase. 

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Bitmain bust
A court in China has denied an appeal by bitcoin mining giant Bitmain seeking $30 million in damages from the three co-founders of Poolin, one of the world’s largest cryptocurrency mining pools, CoinDesk’s Wolfie Zhou reports. The mining giant Bitmain claims Poolin’s founding executive broke non-compete agreements in starting its BTC mining operations, leading to millions in lost revenue. While the Beijing No. 1 Intermediate People’s Court found Bitmain failed to provide sufficient evidence that its business losses equaled more than fines already imposed, it did agree to increase fines for Poolin’s co-founders. Bitmain originally sought $4.3 million in restitution when filing the suit in April 2019. Meanwhile, rival mining firm Canaan said

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