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Businesses in Columbus have a longer life expectancy than many other big cities, data from J.P. Morgan Chase show.
J.P. Morgan studied 1.3 million U.S. small businesses under 500 employees to get a sense for how these entities contribute to the larger national economy, building a daily view of their revenue, expenses and financing from 2012 to 2018.
In the process, it found what kinds of companies live the longest, and in which places.
Of 25 major markets studied, Columbus came in number four,…
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Here's why businesses last longer in Columbus, according to JPMorgan Chase