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Where Things Stand (Small Business) Part IV #947057

ABC Evening News for Thursday, Sep 17, 2009
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The week-long series on where things stand now a year after the financial collapse re-introduced.

(New York: Bianna Golodryga) How the earlier profiled small businesses are doing this year later presented ; scenes shown from businesses in Garland, Texas & Queens, New York; details given about approaches taken by small businesses to stay operating & about some small signs of hope. [Master Hatters owner Jerry COOK†- says he had to cut his work force.] [Workman Cycles Wayne SOSIN†- talks about downsizing the business & finding new alternatives.] The closing of Mats Elmstrom's Aquafit Spas of Los Angeles & the problems for Debbie Miller's Upper Deck Tavern in Dayton outlined. [Two EMPLOYEES - comment.]

(Studio: Charles Gibson) Tomorrow's segment on auto workers who lost their jobs announced.

Reporter(s):
Gibson, Charles;
Golodryga, Bianna
Duration:
00:03:30

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