Silverman and her co-founder Don Larson, own the largest privately held injury management and cost-cutting and consulting company in the United States. If their $ 80 + million company attracts considerable interest of investment bankers and venture capitalists, the two must weigh the pros and cons of such “outsiders” in their company. Although the two different professional and personal agendas have, both want to do what’s best for the company and each other. This case focuses on the development of a … Read more »

Silverman and her co-founder Don Larson, own the largest privately held injury management and cost-cutting and consulting company in the United States. If their $ 80 + million company attracts considerable interest of investment bankers and venture capitalists, the two must weigh the pros and cons of such “outsiders” in their company. Although the two different professional and personal agendas have, both want to do what’s best for the company and each other. This case focuses on the development of an exit strategy from CRA, which maximizes value, ensures continuity and meets both parties needs.
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Myra M. Hart,
Jennifer Starr
Source: Harvard Business School
18 pages.
Publication Date: Oct 14, 1998. Prod #: 899068-PDF-ENG
CRA Managed Care, Inc. (A) HBR case solution