April showers bring May flowers, not entrepreneurial growth

While a new crop of May flowers may be blooming in Dr. Cornwall's garden, our entrepreneurial expert is less than sunny about the recent lack of growth shown by US small businesses, as measured by a variety of indices.

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    With Spring temperatures soaring into the 80's, shoppers look over a multitude of flowers for sale in a display in Pepper Pike, Ohio in this May 2012 file photos. April showers were not as kind to new entrepreneurs, according to Dr. Cornwall.
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While April showers have brought wonderful May flowers in our backyard, entrepreneurial economy is not blossoming going into the summer.

Here are some highlights from various indicators:

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