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As a solid, second-tier treasury workstation provider, Selkirk Financial Technologies regularly received feelers from competitors and potential partners who wanted to buy the company. Until recently, James Suttie, founder and principal owner, turned them all away. Then, he surprised a lot of observers by saying “yes” to a bid from Thomson Corp. In mid-September, Suttie went from being CEO, reporting only to a friendly board and God, to being executive vice president for treasury services, reporting to the president of Thomson Financial.

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