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John F. Davis, John Dearie and Jerry Ross. Photo: Matthew Peddie, WMFE
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Intersection: Why Businesses Fail And What Entrepreneurs Need To Succeed

Entrepreneurs are going to need more than a good idea to keep their business running. John Dearie with the Center for American Entrepreneurship says one third of startups fail by their second year and half fail by their fifth year. Jerry Ross of the National Entrepreneur Center, John F. Davis of the Orlando Regional Chamber of Commerce and Dearie join us to discuss the state of entrepreneurship and how entrepreneurs can improve their chances of success.
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Verona is one of few US-based companies catering toward Islamic and conservative wear. Photo: Renata Sago.
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Modest Wear Fashion for Muslim Women Enters Florida Mainstream

The crowd outside Verona boutique is thick with women. In their hands, sleek black shopping bags. On their heads, patterned scarves called hijabs. 90.7’s Renata Sago has more on the new store in Orlando Fashion Square that is breaking ground as the first modest-wear store for Muslim women in a Florida mainstream mall.
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