Professional business services firm CBIZ (CBZ) finds that small to mid-size businesses are feeling optimistic about the economy and are increasing investment. That's according to CBIZ CEO Jerry Grisko, who visited the New York Stock Exchange this week to celebrate the company's 20th anniversary. Grisko said 69% of those smaller businesses have a high degree of confidence in the national economy, according to data tracked by CBIZ. Separately, Grisko also said the company is looking to make larger acquisitions in the future as part of its growth strategy. The company typically makes three to five acquisitions a year. TheStreet's Rhonda Schaffler has details from the New York Stock Exchange.
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