How Not To Harm Your Company’s Privates

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    By Erwin Krasnow and Doug Ferber Erwin Krasnow Safeguarding your company’s confidential information is of utmost concern for just about every executive in the C-Suite. That’s why it has become standard practice for sellers to require prospective buyers to sign a non-disclosure agreement (NDA) before sharing sensitive information about their stations. Doug Ferber Indeed, the first document produced and executed in a transaction involving the sale of a radio or television station is typically an NDA, sometimes referred to as a confidentiality agreement

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