The entrepreneur in my bed

Hartman, Curtis
May 1999
Inc.;1999 20th Anniversary Issue, Vol. 21 Issue 7, p90
Focuses on the power of company building and a woman who started a business called Career Investment Strategies. Problems encountered in starting a business; Relentless demands of a start-up business; How great companies have been built by entrepreneurs.


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