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BETHESDA, MD.--Earle Palmer Brown ceo Jeremy "Jeb" Brown has offered more than 20 of his top managers the chance to buy into the closely held age" />
BETHESDA, MD.--Earle Palmer Brown ceo Jeremy "Jeb" Brown has offered more than 20 of his top managers the chance to buy into the closely held age" />

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EPB in plan to sell insider stock to its management By Roy Furchgot

BETHESDA, MD.--Earle Palmer Brown ceo Jeremy "Jeb" Brown has offered more than 20 of his top managers the chance to buy into the closely held age

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Brown said that while the sale would raise capital, which recently was said to be an issue at the $350 million agency, that was not the goal of the disbursement.
EPB until recently sought about $2.5 million in capital investment from outside sources, a plan that is now apparently inactive. “I don’t think we are looking at that anymore,” agency president Mark Goldstein said of the search for outside capital.

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