Deals getting done So after alot of back and forth over the past six weeks, one of my companies just closed a deal. Borland bought Gauntlet from Sam Pullara and team There is nothing like sitting in a room reviewing the final papers that are going to make a few hard working engineers a few million dollars. Seeing the checks handed out is pretty cool. On this one, I learned again- keep it simple, never change a deal, and no deal ages well.
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