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Woman-Owned Hardware Business Thrives in US Capital Areai
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July 24, 2014 7:57 PM
More and more American women are starting businesses in fields that are traditionally associated with men. VOA’s Julie Taboh caught up with one of those women to find out why she entered -- and how she successfully competed in -- the hardware business.

Woman-Owned Hardware Business Thrives in US Capital Area

Published July 24, 2014

More and more American women are starting businesses in fields that are traditionally associated with men. VOA’s Julie Taboh caught up with one of those women to find out why she entered -- and how she successfully competed in -- the hardware business.


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