By 1995, almost half of the new business owners in the United States will be women. Their emerging voices are challenging cherished notions about what business is and how it should be run. Across America, women are inventing their own companies where they can, as Joline Godfrey aptly puts it, "make money, have fun, and do good." Herself an entrepreneur, Godfrey talks about the special qualities -- frequently overlooked -- that women bring to a business. This exciting possibility of a new way of doing business -- everyone's business -- can and will change the way America works.
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