5 Businesses That Started During A Recession

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Is there a perfect time to start a business? Conventional logic may dictate that starting a business during times when the economy is faltering may not be the best idea, but history bears plenty of evidence that businesses can find solid footing even in the worst of economies. Here are a few of the world's best known companies that got their starts when the economy wasn't at its best.

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