Minority ventures said to sag

Miller, Valerie
June 2009
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);6/1/2009, Vol. 26 Issue 22, pP20
The article reports on the impact of the U.S. recession on local small businesses and minority-owned firms. According to small business adviser Janis Stevenson, some construction workers left Las Vegas, Nevada due to the poor performance of the construction industry in the area. Data from the U.S. Small Business Administration show that there were 25,200 minority-owned companies in the state in 2008.


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