Chris Arnold Reports From San Francisco

on a study which finds that a number of small businesses account for most of the 10.5 million new jobs which have been created in the last four years. These rapid growth companies are referred to as, 'gazelles,' and include Netscape, Boston Market, and Southwest Airlines.



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