Why the Fed Matters to Entrepreneurs

Young, Steven; Young, Edward; McLelland, Malcolm
June 2005
Indiana Business Magazine;Jun2005, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p75
Focuses on the importance of the Federal Reserve Bank to entrepreneurs in the U.S. Interest rate changes; Variable rate debt problems of entrepreneurs.


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