PAN deal lucrative for owners: Small number of investors share $75 million bounty from Carmel IT firm's sale

It's the scenario entrepreneurs dream about. After just over five years in business, the founders of Carmel-based Performance Assessment Network Inc. have sold their company to a publicly traded St. Louis firm for $75 million in cash. Since PAN had only a handful of investors, its backers' profits are enormous. What's more, they can enjoy their payday with a clear conscience. Although PAN's acquirer is headquartered outside state lines, TALX Corp. plans to keep growing the operation here. PAN's executives...

 

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