Marsh, Don
November 2010
Concrete Products;Nov2010, Vol. 113 Issue 11, p4
Trade Publication
The author reflects on the objective of U.S. President Barack Obama on assisting small businesses like Ernest Maier Inc. on job creating investments for the people in the U.S. He highlights the Small Business Jobs Act which allows business owner to secure 1 billion worth of new loans and expands tax cut for equipment investment on small business. The author mentions that the U.S. President is recognizing the company's provision of health care coverage for employees and their families.


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