What's in a Name?

Quite a lot, says Senator John Kerry, who has rechristened the Small Business Committee to stress the importance of entrepreneurs

What does a startup software company, with proprietary technology and a patent pending, have in common with, say, Larry's Launderama or Darcy's Dog Walking Service? Sure, they're all small businesses -- privately owned, with fewer than 100 employees, and less than $1 million in annual revenue. But the software startup's business concerns differ greatly from those of Larry and Darcy.

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