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It Figures 09/02

Who's using broadband, how men and women evaluate Web sites and more

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of entrepreneurs quit their jobs to start their businesses (as opposed to being fired).
SOURCE: Babson College and Kauffman Center for Entrepreneurial Leadership

of consumers will delete an e-mail from an unrecognized name without even opening it.

Monday is the busiest day on the Web, receiving
of the worldwide traffic.
SOURCE: WebSideStory

of choose leasing as their preferred method of financing equipment.
SOURCE: Equipment Leasing Association

of time spent on e-mail goes to reading gossip, jokes and non-work-related material.
SOURCE: Gartner Inc.

of small- owners are optimistic about the growth potential of their industries.
SOURCE: Intuit Professional Accounting Solutions

feel the same regarding their own businesses.
SOURCE: Intuit Professional Accounting Solutions

of online users will abandon a site if the search function doesn't work well.
SOURCE: Jupiter Media Metrix

  NEARLY 10 PERCENT of all households in the United States have signed up for Internet access. Here's how it's affected American users' daily lives:

SOURCE: Pew Internet/American Life Project Leadership

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