My heart goes out tonight to all of those entrepreneurs who have put their heart and soul into building their businesses only to have them impacted or even destroyed by a natural disaster such as Hurricane Sandy. Some might say that business owners should have been prepared for such disasters, but so often when someone is starting a small business they barely have enough money to run day-to-day operations, let alone have enough to invest in their disaster recovery and business continuity plans....
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