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Stimulating small business

Christy Mihos sold his 11 Christy's stores earlier this year. His grandfather started the chain in Brockton in the 1920s. Christy Mihos sold his 11 Christy's stores earlier this year. His grandfather started the chain in Brockton in the 1920s. (File Photo)
By Dave Copeland
Globe Correspondent / March 19, 2009

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In January, Christy Mihos sold his 11 Christy's convenience stores to Hess Corp. They were the last of 150 shops in the chain started by his grandfather in the 1920s. As the owner of a small business, Mihos decided he was at too much of a disadvantage in the current economic climate. (Full article: 1065 words)

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