Tri-City Record in Watervliet, MI
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The Tri-City Record was established as the Weekly Record in 1882. There is an original copy of the paper, datelined... Vol II Friday, September 23, 1883. The name was changed to the Watervliet Record by publisher/editor A.N. Woodruff in 1890. The newsp...
- Tri-City Record has a strong market share in their industry
- Revenue generated per employee is greater than industry average
- Revenue growth is more steady than the industry average
- Revenue growth is less than the industry average
- The number of employees is not growing as fast as the industry average
- Since Tri-City Record was founded, the company has experienced slower revenue growth than the industry average
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Variance of revenue growth
Annual revenue growth since founding
Revenue growth rate from first known quarter to current
Employee growth rate from first known quarter to current
Revenue is greater than the industry median.
Income per employee more than industry average.
Variance of revenue growth is less than the industry average
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