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The Mom & Pop Store by Robert Spector
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Feb 07, 2010

really liked it
bookshelves: business, business-management, economic-development, non-fiction

Interesting short stories from long time entrepreneurs from across the country. Each talks about the changes the businesses have made throughout the years and how they have dealt with the most recent recession.
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“Mom & pop stores are not about something small; they are about something big. Ninety percent of all U.S. businesses are family owned or controlled. They are important not only for the food, drink, clothing, and tools they sell us, but also for providing us with intellectual stimulation, social interaction, and connection to our communities. We must have mom & pop stores because we are social animals. We crave to be part of the marketplace. ”
Robert Spector, The Mom & Pop Store: How the Unsung Heroes of the American Economy Are Surviving and Thriving


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