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A surfeit of highly seasoned managers, usually refugees from restructured corporations, is causing interim-management agencies to flourish. (See "Outsourcing Your Top Management," No. 08920823, August 1992.) Here are five that frequently deal with small and midsize companies:

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Princeton Entrepreneurial Resources
Princeton, N.J. (609-243-0010)

Karin Stratmeyer, president

Database of 5,000 names

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Executive Corner
(Owned by Robert Half International)

Menlo Park, Calif. (415-329-8100)

Max Messmer, chairman

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Dahl-Morrow International
Reston, Va. (703-648-1594)

Barbara Steinem, president

Database of 7,000 names

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Klivans, Becker and Smith
Cleveland (216-621-2970)

Richard Smith, president

Database of more than 4,000 names

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IMCOR (Interim Management Corp.)
New York City (212-213-3600)

John Thompson, chairman

Database of 8,000 names -- Ellyn E. Spragins

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