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The effect of a cheap money strategy on the future prospects of businesses can’t be underestimated.


Getting Funded On Kickstarter: The MIUSA Story

Mobility International USA (MIUSA) is a non-profit organization with an idea for a product. They know they have a good idea, but because they're a non-profit, they face all the usual difficulties of launching a new product plus the particular difficulty of launching a product they don't actually intend to sell.


Will The Marketplace Fairness Act Affect Your Small Business?

The bill was drafted to close what is seen as a tax loophole -- one that has allowed online retailers to avoid collecting sales tax. If the bill makes it through the House, President Obama has indicated he will sign it into law.


Employer-Provided Health Insurance Mandate Delayed Until 2015

Good news! Businesses won’t be penalized next year if they don’t provide workers health insurance after the Obama administration decided to delay a key requirement under its health-care law, two administration officials said.


New York Startup Exversion is Making Data Sexy (StartupBus Post #9)

Zack Price, a Chicago entrepreneur, on the development of the New York tech startup Exversion.


Failed Entrepreneur Liveblogs Implosion Of His Tech Startup

An anonymous big-time tech entrepreneur has predicted the demise of his fledgling business, and is blogging the collapse as it happens.


How Even A Four-Star Restaurant Can Fail

Anyone who owns or is thinking about opening a restaurant should familiarize themselves with the Southfork Kitchen story, and use it to guard themselves against failure.


Daily News Round-up: Pinterest, the nature of entrepreneurship and the future of crowdfunding

Pinterest, the nature of entrepreneurship and the future of crowdfunding are in the news on June 24, 2013.


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