May 13, 2013

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News37 new results for Small Business
 
Secondary Sources: Labor Force Participation, Small Business, Liquidity Trap
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Small Business: Nancy Folbre looks at the best way to support small business. "The state of Texas touts its success in luring large companies from other states, offering generous tax subsidies financed by cuts in spending on local education ...
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Small Businesses Losing Billions with 'Involuntary IT Managers'
CIO Today
In a survey of 538 small businesses, involuntary IT managers lost, on average, about six hours per week -- that's about 300 hours per year --- of business productivity while managing IT, according to AMI-Partners. While some of the managers were ...
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CIO Today
Small business: Taking chances - Invivo Wines
New Zealand Herald
At the time of our launch in 2008, both Rob and I knew we would have to stand out from the crowd from the very start, not only in terms of how we market the brand, but also with product innovation. With over 600 wineries in New Zealand, a competitive ...
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New Zealand Herald
Small business: Brand ambassadors - Scott Gardiner
New Zealand Herald
For many small business owners, particularly those that have started out as sole operators, transitioning clients to work with other staff can be a challenge. Most small businesses are built on relationships. Those customer relationships, which are ...
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New Zealand Herald
Small business: Expanding the brand - Dave Lewis
New Zealand Herald
The key is for the business owner/specialist to have a level of maturity. Owners of small businesses should hire people who offer better or different qualities and who can add value to the customer experience in ways that you cannot. My advice is to ...
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New Zealand Herald
New York Fed Says Tight Credit Restrains Small Business Growth
Businessweek
The Federal Reserve Bank of New York said tight credit restrained the growth plans of many small businesses in 2012, citing a survey of lending in its district conducted in March and April. "The ability to access credit remains a widespread growth ...
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Small businesses wonder what health overhaul has in store for them
Minnesota Public Radio
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Organizations representing small business have been among the sharpest critics of the federal health care overhaul. But the opposition is not universal. Some small business owners in Minnesota hope they'll find new health insurance ...
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Law 4 Small Business Now Accepts Bitcoin Digital Currency as Payment for ...
Sacramento Bee
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M., May 13, 2013 -- /PRNewswire/ -- Law 4 Small Business, P.C. (L4SB, http://www.L4SB.com) recently announced that it now accepts the popular digital currency Bitcoin for the payment of legal services.
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State's Small-Business Program Mostly Helps White Men
Hartford Courant
The restaurant got $47,500 in Small Business Express grant money from the state before it opened in October of last year. The restaurant is closed already, a high-profile failure in a $50 million yearly program of grants and loans that the Malloy ...
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Small Business Owners in San Diego Will Soon Benefit from The Alternative ...
Sacramento Bee
Voicing his excitement relating to TAB's expansion in southern California, Founder and Executive Chairman Allen Fishman said, "We view San Diego as an area where we will continue The Alternative Board's mission of helping small and midsize business ...
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Small business now big part of Governor's Cup in Oklahoma
NewsOK.com
In 2013, the competition added the Small Business Division, which is open to students from any two-year college, or regional or nonresearch private university. Teams write business plans around any business concept as long as it has a unique or ...
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Small business: Growing the brand - Murray Crane
New Zealand Herald
My role these days is managing a business which has grown quite quickly in the last few years. In the last five years we have had year on year growth. We now have a payroll of 23. We are no longer a small business but a medium sized one and this brings ...
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New Zealand Herald
Netgear Shows Off Connectivity Platforms for Small Businesses - eWeek
eWeek
Networking specialist Netgear is highlighting its suite of connectivity solutions for the smart home and small businesses at the MedPi trade show in Monaco, including the Powerline 500 Nano PassThru 1-Port (XAVB5401), a new-generation 500M bps product ...
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eWeek
Survey: Small business owners say cash flow is at best level in 5 years
CPA Practice Advisor
U.S. small-business owners became slightly more optimistic in April, with the Wells Fargo/Gallup Small Business Index rising to +16, from +9 in January. Owner optimism had plunged to -11 after last year's presidential election. Although improved, the ...
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Crowd Rules on Top 5 Small Businesses Mistakes
CNBC.com
Nearly half of all new businesses don't make it past their fifth anniversary, according to the U.S. Small Business Administration. That makes it crucial for mom and pops to get basic strategies right from the get-go. Even though economists tell us the ...
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CNBC.com
Survey: Small Businesses Prefer Social Media Marketing
Business 2 Community
Small businesses prefer to conduct their marketing efforts on social networking sites over location-based marketing, according to a May 8 article by Fox News. Given the word-of-mouth nature and sharing features of sites such as Facebook, YouTube ...
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Business 2 Community
New Legislation Neglects Small Exporters' Biggest Need
Businessweek
To help small firms tap foreign markets, Representative Sam Graves, a Missouri Republican who chairs the House Small Business Committee, introduced three bills last week that seek to improve federal programs that promote U.S. businesses abroad.
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Small business boom targets green export opportunity
Business Green
The UK's fast-expanding community of green small businesses and start-ups could play a major role in an export-led recovery, according to a major new report revealing that the proportion of green small businesses looking to export low-carbon goods and ...
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Some small business owners give Yelp 1-star review
fox5sandiego.com
Yelp is by far the most popular website for consumer reviews, but lately, more small business owners are reporting frustrations with the site. "It was only when I became a business owner that I started to understand that Yelp can be a hindrance," said ...
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Government is failing to inform small businesses on help available to boost ...
This is Money
At a roundtable event on exporting for small businesses, hosted by Barclays, Cable this week admitted that more could have been done to market the support available to businesses through UK Trade and Industry - such as grants, seminars and advice.
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This is Money
Small business or big business?
Australian Hospitality Magazine
In workplace relations, and more broadly speaking the business sector, there exists a demarcation between small businesses, and larger businesses. Legislatively, this demarcation is defined. It provides special concessions for small business operators ...
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Alternative stock market for small business takes off
Myjoyonline.com
Small businesses in the country can take advantage of the Ghana Alternative Market when they turn to the Ghana Stock Exchange to raise capital to expand their operations. The Ghana Alternative Market which is dedicated to small firms and start-ups with ...
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Myjoyonline.com
Half of small business loan applications knocked back - SmartCompany
SmartCompany.com.au
Just under half of all credit applications made by small and medium businesses in the past year were not granted, according to the latest research from East & Partners. While banks continue to claim they are eager to lend to SMEs, East & Partners found ...
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Small business holds little hope for budget relief
Gladstone Observer
Andrew Shaw (left) and Ian Corney are small business owners who are interested in what the budget holds for small business. Brenda Strong. SMALL business owners will be watching today's Federal Budget closely, hoping for any tax relief on the horizon.
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Be flexible – and boost your efficiency
The Guardian
Against the backdrop of a tough economic climate, many small business owners are feeling the strain and working harder than ever. We conducted some research to find out the real pressures that Britain's small businesses are currently facing. Turns out ...
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The Guardian
Kicking off San Francisco's Small Business Week, SF Mayor Lee Announces ...
California Newswire
S.F. Mayor Edwin M. Lee SAN FRANCISCO, Calif. /California Newswire/ — Today, S.F. Mayor Edwin M. Lee announced the launch of the "Emerging Business Loan Fund" which will make $12 million in affordable loans available to support small business, ...
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California Newswire
Commentary: To succeed in business, act like a child
Washington Post (blog)
Hunt says proposective entrepreneurs and small business owners could learn a thing or two from his six-year-old son. (AP) He was stuck on the first level for what seemed like an eternity. Hoping to help, I tried to offer some suggestions, but he ...
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Forum aims to help small businesses grow
Gainesville Sun
The forum, "Growing Your Small Business in Gainesville: A Conversation with City Leaders," was hosted by Mayor-elect Ed Braddy and the Gainesville Area Chamber of Commerce at the Senior Recreation Center. About 130 people attended, including five of ...
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Small business guide to dealing with international payments - Small Business UK
SmallBusiness.co.uk
As a small business owner you will know how important it is to have the right processes, infrastructure and key team members running the day-to-day operations. Running a business in the UK can be challenge enough, but when you have to pay international ...
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SmallBusiness.co.uk
Wells Fargo enhances small business lending and services - CPA Practice Advisor
CPA Practice Advisor
SAN FRANCISCO — National banking group Wells Fargo & Company is hiring more bankers to serve small businesses through its banking stores and has introduced two new secured credit products for business owners. Wells Fargo is announcing its ...
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Leask named state's Small Business Person of the Year
Moultrie News
The U.S. Small Business Administration has named Mount Pleasant businessman Noah Leask the 2013 South Carolina Small Business Person of the Year. Leask is president and chief executive officer of Ishpi Information Technologies, a cyber-defense ...
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Reality is Weighing on Small Business Optimism - Small Business Trends
Small Business Trends
Small business owners are an optimistic lot, with studies showing that they tend to have a rosier outlook than other people. Yet four years into the economic recovery, surveys show them in a relative funk. What gives? It's pretty simply, really. Small ...
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Small Business Trends
4 Lessons Small Businesses Can Learn from Warren Buffett - Resource Nation
Resource Nation (blog)
He realized this personality trait and knew it would hinder him when it came to success in his business endeavors. To help with this problem, he enrolled in a public speaking course. From the course, he gained enough confidence that he taught a night ...
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Five tips to improve small business cash flow
CPA Practice Advisor
"Successful entrepreneurs know that while their business may be profitable, cash is still king when it comes to growing their enterprise," said John Roberts, Vice President for Small Business at Scotiabank. "Putting a solid cash flow plan in place ...
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Dell and Intel Research Reveals Optimism Among US Small Businesses, Focus ...
Fort Mills Times
Research released by Dell and Intel today reveals that startups and small businesses in the United States are focused on growth, primarily domestically, and are increasingly investing in technology to help them scale. Entrepreneurs and business owners ...
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Fort Mills Times
Half of small business owners say health care reform is bad for them
Business Journal
A new Gallup Poll finds that 48 percent of small business owners think the Affordable Care Act is going to be bad for their business. These business owners think it will make health insurance more expensive and reduce the quality of care they and their ...
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Small Business Approvals Jump at Big Banks: Lending Survey
eCreditDaily.com
Small Business Approvals Jump at Big Banks: Lending Survey Small-business loan approvals improved to an all-time high of 16.8 percent at big banks, based on the Biz2Credit index, a monthly analysis of 1,000 loan applications. These loan approvals ...
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Blogs6 new results for Small Business
 
Chamber marks Small Biz Week with events and awards ...
By David Boraks
On Tuesday, May 14, the chamber will host a Small Business Accounting Workshop facilitated by Adam Boatsman, Owner, Boatsman Gillmore Wagner PLLC and Greg Hart, Partner and CFO at Scale Finance LLC. The event will be held from ...
DavidsonNews.net
Low adoption of websites, social media costing small businesses ...
By Richard Towey
Small businesses that fail to embrace elements of the 'digital world' such as social media could be missing out on billions of pounds in sales, reports.
Red Rocket Media News
North Bay SBA lending up fiscal year's first half - North Bay Business ...
By Eric Gneckow, Business Journal Staff Reporter
NORTH BAY — More capital is flowing to North Bay small businesses through loan programs backed by the U.S. Small Business Administration, with a 10.4 percent increase in dollar volume funded in Sonoma, Marin and Napa counties ...
North Bay Business Journal
Healthcare Impact 2013: What It Could Mean For Businesses – Part ...
By JP Pritchard
There are thousands of pages of new regulations for business, and most larger firms are hard at work trying to understand and comply. But Houston CPA Robert Martin says many of his small business clients seem to be avoiding the issue.
News 92 FM
Emergency Dredging and Beach Nourishment for the Atlantic Coast ...
Small Business Goals: If a large business, the prime contractor shall provide its small business subcontracting plan conforming to the requirements of FAR 19.704 and DFARS 219.7. The small business subcontracting goals for USACE New ...
Dredging News Online
HHS Makes Unique Exchange Agreement With Utah | RACs / ICD-9 ...
By [email protected] (Jim McLaughlin)
HHS has granted its approval for Utah to continue to run its own pre-existing small business exchange while the feds build and operate the state's exchange for individuals.
Becker's Hospital Review

Web2 new results for Small Business
 
Another Poll Finds That ObamaCare Is Bad For Small Business - GOP
Gallup Headline: "Half of U.S. Small Businesses Think Health Law Bad for Them. " (Dennis Jacobe, "Half of U.S. Small Businesses Think Health Law Bad for ...
www.gop.com/.../another-poll-finds-that-obamacare-is-bad-fo...
7 Ways to Protect Your Small Business from Fraud and Cybercrime ...
How secure are your small business assets from fraud, identity theft and cybercrime? According to the Association of Certified Fraud Examiners (ACFE), ...
www.sba.gov/.../7-ways-protect-your-small-business-fraud-an...


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