The Rise & Fall of ViSalus

The Rise & Fall of ViSalus

Visalus  was growing quickly in multi-level marketing, reaching $623 million in 2012, but a cancelled IPO, a shareholder lawsuit and charges of corporate espionage sent it on the skids. Now the owner says the compkany has a plan to turn things around.

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