Freeman

IN BRIEF

Confidence Among Small U.S. Businesses Cooled in September

OCTOBER 09, 2012 by CHUCK GRIMMETT

“Small-business “owners are in maintenance mode; spending only where necessary and not hiring,” William Dunkelberg, the group’s chief economist, said in a statement. “Owners are unwilling to put their own capital on the line until the future path of the economy and economic policy becomes clear.” (Bloomberg)

These are trying times.

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Small Business and Entrepreneurship by E. C. Paseur Jr.

Chuck Grimmett August 2013

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CHUCK GRIMMETT

Chuck Grimmett is a Project Manager at eResources. Previously he was FEE's Director of Web Media. Get in touch with him on Twitter: @cagrimmett

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