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October 7th, 2004
Nano-Tex’s Tice finds new answers to existing market problems
There is no such thing as “the new economy.” Instead, look at it as the old economy combined with new technologies. And the basic rules that dictate sound business practices still apply.
That’s the sentiment of billionaire Wilbur Ross Jr., the financier who bought bankrupt textile giant Burlington Industries in part to acquire its majority stake in Nano-Tex LLC.
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