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99 SIC code groups. Surveys that were missing information, such as company name or number of employees were cross-referenced with a number designated to each survey. Once the company was determined from this survey number, the number of employees was collected from the Harris Registry and corporate information from various Internet sources (www.cnn.money.com). Surveys that were incomplete were discarded (6.8 percent or 30 surveys were discarded). The following is a summary of the gures:
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A total of 4135 businesses were contacted and requested to participate. Only 1500 companies (36.3 percent of those contacted) verbally agreed to partici-
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