Wednesday, May 6, 2015

Diane Mastrull

Staff writer Diane Mastrull covers the Philadelphia region's small businesses for The Inquirer.

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Sporting facial scrapes and a bandage on her left knee, Natalia Olson-Urtecho gingerly lowered herself onto the seat of Amtrak's Northeast Regional train one week ago at 30th Street Station. Her dress hid a thigh bruise that caused her to grimace when she shifted.
Video: SBA's Natalia Olson-Urtecho
'Made in the USA' coming back in style
Veterans as entrepreneurs
Diane Mastrull: Kip Anthony was a farm boy from the Midwest who went on to become a mechanical engineer at big companies doing big things. Then the small-business bug bit.
Video: How EFE Laboratories grows its business
Putting the Buckminster in remodeling
More Small Business news

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