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Republican leaders warn the bill could hit small firms particularly hard. Small business owners don’t seem nearly as worried.
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White House officials had said the employer exchange would be fully functional at the end of this week.
It was one of the common warnings from critics the health care law, but so far, is it happening? Yes and no.
The agency backed nearly $30 billion in loans to more than 50,000 small businesses this past year.
Small retailers are bracing for a slow shopping season, in part because of the recent disruptions in Washington.
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A review of the biggest small-business news last week.
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Customers gave you their cell phone numbers? That no longer gives you the green light to call or text.
Brand experts discussed common problems and advised upstarts on connecting with customers.
One expert offers tips to help small business owners make sure they stay open if severe weather strikes.
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An attorney walks through the very complicated process of counting employees under the health care law.
Here are three guiding principles to help entrepreneurs strike a balance between social priorities and profits.
One marketing expert suggests three reasons your small business should not invest time in social networking.
The SEC just lifted an 80-year ban on general solicitation. Here’s why that’s important for small, growing firms.
On Monday, new rules take effect that hold more companies accountable for protecting private health information.
Mark Cuban and other renowned investors share the important do’s and don’t’s of pitching a startup.
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One crowdfunding platform is keeping close tabs on the latest SEC proposals and adjusting its business plan accordingly.
Entrepreneurs are shifting attention toward a comprehensive deal rather than the smaller, targeted proposals.
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