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By Kerry Hannon, Special for USA TODAY
Being big isn’t what it used to be for business.
Mega status once mattered in all kinds of ways. Sprawling buildings, giant law firms and big accounting firms were the vogue.
“And then small happened,” writes Seth Godin.
Godin is the author of Small is the New Big: And the 183 Other Riffs, Rants, and Remarkable Business Ideas.
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