I occasionally receive this information at the head of the Publishers Lunch email. Just thought you all might like to be in the know on this:
As usual, the handy key to our Lunch deal categories. While all reports
are always welcome, those that include a category will generally
receive a higher listing when it comes time to put them all together.
"nice deal" $1 – $49,000
"very nice deal" $50,000 – $99,000
"good deal" $100,000 – $250,000
"significant deal" $251,000 – $499,000
"major deal" $500,000 and up
I’m a little confused that "nice deal" extends all the way down to $1.
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