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By Amy Barrett, Amy S. Choi, and Jeremy Quittner
The credit crunch is roiling markets across the globe. What is the impact on entrepreneurs and small business owners here in the U.S.? We talked to the heads of 10 small companies across the country to hear how the crunch is affecting them—and what they're doing about it. Flip through this slide show for their answers.