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256 pp, large 8vo (9 1/4" H). No dust jacket. B&w illustrations. The history of the evolution of the Montreal brokerage business that became MacDougall, MacDougall & MacTier (3 Macs) and the people behind it. Contents: Foreword: A History to Celebrate; Acknowledgements; MacDougall Family Genealogical Chart; Illustrations; Setting down Roots; The Making of a Gentleman; Making War and Making Money; Growth and Depression; Passing the Torch; Enter Hartland B.; A New Century; Boom and Bust; War and Peace; The Genesis of 3 Macs; Turbulence and Opportunity; Inflation and Volatility; Irrational Exuberance and the Bubble Economy; The New Millennium; Notes; Bibliography; About the Authors; Index. Very light wrinkling at top/bottom of spine.
Title: STAYING CONNECTED: HOW MacDOUGALL FAMILY TRADITIONS BUILT A BUSINESS OVER 160 YEARS.
Edition: First Edition
ISBN Number: 0773536612
Location Published: Montreal, McGill - Queen's University Press for MacDougall, MacDougall & MacTier Inc.: 2009
Binding: Hard Cover
Book Condition: Very Good+
Categories: Business, Finance, Canada - Quebec
Seller ID: 27323
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