Barker, Emily
July 2001
Inc.;Jul2001, Vol. 23 Issue 10, p42
Surveys the views of several small business executives on the importance of company size. Louise Epstein, founder and president of Charge-Off Clearinghouse; Gene Gage, founder and president of Papa Geno's Herb Farm; J'Amy Owens, president of The Retail Group Inc.; Correlation of company size with the chance to survive and prosper; Conflicting notions on the issue of company size.


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