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mikebrown Posted:
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gengral , it
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dconnor Posted:
What is the main
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virtual number?

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Trafford Posted:
Seems like a
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rely exclusively
on a Vonage system
for our

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diazou Posted:
Hello, It's
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Android your phone
? Thanks!

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I google “Vonage
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August 5, 2005

By Staff

Small is big, according to business magazines this month. After all, it's those feisty little entrepreneurs who end up revolutionizing the business world in substantial ways.

“America's Fastest-Growing Small Companies” graces the cover of the July/August issue of Fortune Small Business. For five years in a row, the magazine has ranked the top 100 small firms by earnings and revenue growth and stock performance, excluding banks and real estate companies.

Taser, a company that makes stun guns for law enforcement officers and civilians, tops the list. Laserscope, a maker of medical lasers and fiber-optic devices, comes in second, helped this year by a strong-selling system for treating enlarged prostates. The number-three spot goes to Ngas Resources, a natural-gas producer that has benefited from rising energy prices.

The magazine also takes a look at what sectors have excelled in the small cap space. While health care continues to be a leader, manufacturing became the surprising winner this year, with 26 manufacturers on the list, boosted by the weak dollar that has made American goods much cheaper. Many of the small firms on the list manufacture products for other manufacturers. Technology also made a strong showing, with small tech companies either supporting the giants or creating niches of their own.

Fortune Small Business reporters Maggie Overfelt and Patricia Gray profile how a few of the extraordinary small firms rose to the top of the heap. For example, all-terrain vehicle maker ASV found a way to build a 10,000-pound tractor that doesn't damage the ground or vegetation beneath it — an essential tool for those working on land protected by environmental restrictions. Another standout: Saucony, which makes high-performance running shoes, and while dwarfed by Nike and Reebok, has been experiencing strong growth.

Inc. magazine takes a look at four entrepreneurs “who are giving lessons on turning an industry on its head.” Their stories are important because “big ambitions promise big rewards, and not just in dollars. The real payoff is about making a mark on the world.” However, all four are up against tough odds.

The quartet of articles begins with the cover story, “Would You Buy a Chinese Car From This Man?”, by Darren Dahl. Malcolm Bricklin, the larger-than-life and unafraid-of-failure CEO of Visionary Vehicles, plans to continue shaking up the auto industry. The man who brought Subarus and Yugos to the U.S. has now landed the exclusive North American distribution rights for five new models from Chery Automobile Co., the eighth-largest China automaker.

In “Looking Into the Sun,” writer David H. Freedman examines the plan of visionary David Slawson — a man who hopes to free the world from oil dependency. How? By covering desert regions with farms that capture solar energy. “A farm 100 miles by 100 miles would be enough to displace the fossil-fuel consumption of the U.S.,” Slawson says, and “help bring cheap electricity to the planet's 1.5 billion rural poor currently living without it.” However, solar power can be expensive and inefficient — two problems Slawson's company, Stirling Energy Systems, is working to conquer with better technology.

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