Forbes Spotlights 200 U.S. Best Small Companies

We promise this story will make you feel "young," at least in the world of small business and the rash of online companies.

Who made the grade on this year's Forbes' Hot 200 list of small companies in America?

You'll be surpised to find out. Among the biggest surprise is that there are no "dot.com" companies on the list. This is due to the magazine's policy that all companies must show at least five years of financial history, and in all cases, no dot.com has been around that long.

The entire list is available for download from the Forbes site for $395. However, users can avoid the charge and search the database by several parameters at the Forbes Top Lists Web site.

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