Hot zones

Barker, Emily
December 1999
Inc.;Dec99, Vol. 21 Issue 18, p67
Focuses on the best cities in the United States for starting and growing a business. Mountain climbing equipment business in Salt Lake City; Utah; Telemarketing in Phoenix, Arizona; High-technology businesses in Austin, Texas; Information on the companies doing business at the cities.


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