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July 7, 2014

Small business owners reflect on lessons they learned during the Great Recession

  • They say their companies are leaner, smarter and less risky.
    AP Business Writer

    NEW YORK — For some small business owners, the Great Recession turned out to be a lesson in how to run their companies better.

    Many owners whose businesses failed during the recession have taken the plunge again, restarting or opening new businesses. But they're not repeating past mistakes. Their companies are leaner, smarter and less risky.

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