Better Backup For Women In Business
The problems of female entrepreneurs are about to get new visibility in Washington. President Clinton guaranteed it when he put the chair of his National Economic Council, Laura D'Andrea Tyson, in charge of a new committee addressing issues crucial to women business owners. The Interagency Committee on Women's Business Enterprise will release its first report in December. Tyson discussed the panel's work with Assistant Managing Editor Sarah Bartlett and Washington Correspondent Mike McNamee.
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