Starting Your Own Business Because Of The Economy

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Guests

Sarah Needleman, editor and reporter, Wall Street Journal
Kwame Kuadey, small businessman
Ted Zoller, president, Kauffman Labs for Enterprise Creation

Some have seen the dismal job market as an opportunity start their own businesses. Many workers dream of being their own bosses, but starting and maintaining a small business is never easy. And the weak economy can make it even more challenging for those who try striking out on their own.

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