May 2009
CardLine;5/1/2009, Vol. 9 Issue 18, p2
Trade Publication
The article presents information on the findings of a survey conducted by Discover Financial Services sponsors on small-business owners in April 2009. The findings showed that economic confidence among small-business owners rose to its highest level in 14 months. The percentage of small-business owners who said that the economy is getting better nearly doubled, to 31% from 16 % in March 2009.


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