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Aesynt Inc.In pursuit of growth, Kraig McEwen leads Aesynt back to its roots

In 2011, the McKesson Corp. hired CEO Kraig McEwen to jumpstart McKesson Automation’s growth. And just over a year into his tenure running the company, he and his team came up with a solution — sell the business.

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Charles Sanders seizes opportunities to develop Urban Lending Solutions into a...

Charles “Chuck” Sanders, CEO and founder of Urban Lending Solutions, isn’t afraid to take chances when he sees an opportunity.

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