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When Michael Duda took over as CEO of a New York City-based advertising agency, he thought the business was headed for big growth.
Several weeks into his new job he realized things were not what they’d seemed. Before joining the company, Duda had hired professionals to review several years worth of financials. The firm looked stable. But, as is common in the industry, they hadn’t discussed the ad agency’s future contracts, he said.