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By Rosemary Winters, The Salt Lake Tribune Knight Ridder/Tribune Business News
Jan. 25--When Marilyn Tang applied for a loan to start a business in 1967, she had hands-on experience and a sound business plan, but her application was rejected because she lacked one thing: a husband to co-sign the loan. Unphased, Tang borrowed money from her boyfriend and parents to start her company and was profitable enough to repay them in six months.
Four decades later, Tang is president and chief executive of Certified Handling Systems and she is helping other women succeed as entrepreneurs. Tang is chairwoman of the Women's Network for Entrepreneurial Training …