To err is human, to risk sublime

Dixon, Audrey
May 2002
Cabinet Maker;5/17/2002, Issue 5287, p1
Trade Publication
Comments on the success of the family carpet and furniture business Rodgers of brothers William and James Browne. Indication of the transition of the furniture and carpet retailer from town center carpet store; Business risks of start-up businesses; Importance of a combination of common sense and naivete in a business operation.


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