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Micromanaging Everything Is Not Going to Help Your Business Grow

Learn to trust the right hires with your money and ideas.
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Mukesh Vasani founded Aimtron at the height of the worst recession in 2008 with just three employees and an investment of $250,000. Today, the $25-million Chicago-based company specializes in electronic manufacturing services and produces printed circuit boards that make their way into General Dynamics F-16 Falcon fighter jets as well as cancer-treating lasers in hospitals and slot machines in casinos. Find out his recipe for success and how he stays involved without micromanaging.

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