Greco, Susan; Grant, Elaine Appleton
October 2002
Inc.;Oct2002, Vol. 24 Issue 10, p72
Explains that small businesses and entrepreneurs are the leading innovators in the U.S. Innovative products that were invented by entrepreneurs and small business; Big companies that acquired the innovative products of small business to sustain their status in the market.


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