Many start-ups are finding themselves locked in boardroom dramas as they walk the risky tightrope between how much to cut and how much to grow. As fresh financing becomes harder to find and cash dries up, these debates have taken on a new urgency. Many start-up companies typically burn through savings in order to chase growth but are now being pressed to save until the recession blows over. At the same time, companies can’t save their way to success. While some companies are choosing to save in case things get worse, many companies are taking the opportunity to grow while their competitors are down. While many companies cut spending greatly and let thousands of workers out of a job, other companies utilized their workforce to produce different products and services that were more useful during the Great Depression.
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Written by Shosh Pincus
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