NEW YORK -- Small companies did little hiring in February, according to a survey released Friday by a small-business advocacy group.
The National Federation of Independent Business said members who took part in its survey added an average of 0.04 workers per company last month.
That was up from an average of no workers added in January, but was still what the NFIB called a "break-even report."
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