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Short Take: Microsoft joins small-business leaders

Microsoft joined 14 small business leaders to form the Microsoft Small Business Technology Partnership Board. The software giant granted $5 million to connect small business organizations to the Internet through its Small Business Online initiative. The small business board includes Hewlett-Packard; executives from Stevenson and Associates of Chicago; AccSys Technology; Prospect Associates of Rockland, Maryland; the National Federation of Independent Business; the Nevada Small Business Development Center; and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Washington, D.C.

Microsoft joined 14 small business leaders to form the Microsoft Small Business Technology Partnership Board. The software giant granted $5 million to connect small business organizations to the Internet through its Small Business Online initiative. The small business board includes Hewlett-Packard; executives from Stevenson and Associates of Chicago; AccSys Technology; Prospect Associates of Rockland, Maryland; the National Federation of Independent Business; the Nevada Small Business Development Center; and the U.S. Hispanic Chamber of Commerce of Washington, D.C.