Any business exchange is more productive when you've done your homework. Scrutinising the annual statements and executive CVs of the people you're dealing with may be onerous and usually dull - unless you're doing due diligence on a management buyout of a travelling circus by the troupe of clowns - but it helps you discover any nasty surprises well in advance and may even turn up a fact or two you can use to your advantage.
But some of the best information you can glean prior to a negotiation takes just seconds and can reveal more than a library's worth of dusty ledgers. Find out what car ...
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