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April 2, 2001 | Karen E. Klein.
Marie Walker's manufacturing company has racked up several honors and awards in recent years, and as a female business owner, Walker has been singled out in her industry for courage and success. But her 18 years as an entrepreneur based in a remote desert town have not been easy. Young and inexperienced, Walker started her company the hard way and scraped by on the edge for far too long. If only she'd known then what she knows now, Walker says, she would have done a lot of things differently.
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April 2, 2001 | Karen E. Klein.
Marie Walker's manufacturing company has racked up several honors and awards in recent years, and as a female business owner, Walker has been singled out in her industry for courage and success. But her 18 years as an entrepreneur based in a remote desert town have not been easy. Young and inexperienced, Walker started her company the hard way and scraped by on the edge for far too long. If only she'd known then what she knows now, Walker says, she would have done a lot of things differently.
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December 2, 1998
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January 28, 1998 | KAREN E. KLEIN, Karen E. Klein is a freelance writer
Paul Reavlin, 28, was an accountant with a serious martial arts hobby when he opened a company designing and selling athletic gear 18 months ago. He is part of a group of start-up business owners who act as an unofficial "board of directors" for one another's companies. Group members have learned to trust each other and to ask tough questions. Reavlin was interviewed by freelance writer Karen E. Klein. * All the members of this group have businesses that are between zero and 5 years old.
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