It Figures 12/03

The popularity of e-mail, complaining customers and more
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If they had it to do all over again,
of entrepreneurs would still become entrepreneurs.
SOURCE: Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index

of professionals use e-mail almost twice as much as the telephone.
SOURCE: KRC Research

of complaining customers want an apology; only
receive one.
SOURCE: Customer Care Alliance

of 21-year-olds have a credit card;
have four or more.
SOURCE: Nellie Mae

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