small businessman


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a businessman who runs a business employing less than 100 people

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As the host of Market to Market on Public Television and the daily farm show, The Big Show, Mark brings to life his years of experience as a farmer, small businessman, stockbroker and government official.
His example was this: Suppose you asked a small businessman what percentage of his business was due to e-mail.
His company has helped ruin most high streets by undercutting small commerces, building boring B&Qstyle sheds, turning whole areas into Tesco zones, always going for demolition without any sentimental attachment for the small businessman.
A man who ran a small businessman was talking about his work force.
Despite the bad timing, Moger found that the shoes of a small businessman fit him well.
While it can be a very difficult process for a small businessman, it is beneficial in the long-run for the industry.
When one of the trio, later identified as 18-year-old Francis Dalton, fired a shot through a window of Cho's car, the terrified small businessman sped up and raced three blocks with his assailants in hot pursuit before pulling into the parking lot of a check-cashing business.
The small businessman, who operates Quality Support, Inc.
The foundation of Corporate America is built upon the small businessman.
Whipsnade's life as a small businessman is made even more complicated by a labor thug who barges into his office with the ominous words: "You don't want no trouble with the unions, do you?
The bank are welcome to take me to court and if they do the PR disaster already incurred will get worse because I will be seen as a principled small businessman being bullied by somebody without any principles.
The type of service I offer is ideal for the small businessman who needs to keep his standards high to impress his customers.
Many of the same pitfalls that plague individuals, including the issue of succession, also hamper the black small businessman, says Willie Daniels, who in 1971 co-founded Daniels & Bell Inc.
The small businessman is becoming the Chinese Yuppie; nurses and doctors are becoming scarce.
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