Stimulus spurs work, but some note that fast growth carries risks

09/8/2009 | Wall Street Journal, The

Eve Hinman, president of Hinman Consulting Engineers in San Francisco, is considering turning down work because her staff is stretched too thin. Hinman is not sure expansion is warranted because the stimulus funds that have sparked the surge in jobs are temporary. Experts say that many small businesses are in the same position and that expanding too quickly could destroy them if the sales they project based on current conditions never materialize.

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