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Small business optimism lower in New York, report shows

New York  business owners lag their national counterparts in small business optimism, and few small-business owners plan on hiring in 2017, a new report from Womply shows. Womply—a merchant-focused technology and data company—polled more than 2,800 small-business owners nationwide to determine what is driving optimism and pessimism, how small business confidence might lead to hiring or ...

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