From a pet relocation service, a wine lifestyle marketer, to a scrap metal regenerator, America's urban core is home to a variety of fast-growing companies. More
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Women-owned construction firms are on the rise, and have made it onto this year's Inner City 100 list of the fastest-growing urban businesses in the U.S.
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