Friday, August 25, 2006

Wall Street Courts Main Street - September 1, 2006

"As a result, Butler, 45, and his 21 bankers have been involved in some of the most talked-about deals of the past two years. Among their clients: Nighthawk Radiology Services, Lightwave Electronics, and QPass. This year, Butler expects Cascadia to post revenues of about $15 million, triple what it reported in 2001. Still, Butler says, he has to fight hard for new business. Many small-business owners have a bias against boutiques, worrying that they lack the clout to attract the top investors or negotiate the best terms on a deal. Plus, although cheaper than the big firms, they still can be expensive. "

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