|Industry||Earnings||Estimated Equity Value||Status||Performance|
|lawn & Landscaping||$333,000||N/A||In Progress||N/A|
|Fencing Contractor||$117,000||N/A||In Progress||N/A|
|Restaurant - Franchise||$118,000||$255,000||Completed||Above Average|
*Earning and valuation numbers shown above are deluded from actual company reports. Information contained in the table is by no means a presentation of a company or an entity.
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