Thursday, June 3, 2010
William C. Dunkelberg
In my conversation with the Chief Economist for the National Federation of Independent Business (representing that segment of the US economy that is responsible for most of the job creation - small business) we explore the likely square root recovery for the US economy, the state of small business (not especially good) and how it augers for new job creation (also, not especially good).
Understanding why and how small businesses are in less than stellar shape - well into an economic recovery - and its implications - economic and political - are topics investors in large, publicly-traded companies may want to take some time investigating.
The length of the interview is 15 minutes 03 seconds.
To listen to the interview, click here