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Can You Feel Biz Love Tonight? Small Business News – February 11-15, 2013

Trust, camaraderie, charity…love. Valentine’s Day may have subconsciously caused our news posts to take a turn toward the fuzzy-wuzzy  this past workweek. But regardless of any subliminal motivation, the fact remains that great  ideas will happen when people share their passion for business.

What’s New and What Lasts: Small Business News – January 28-February 1, 2013

Regardless of the growth of the economy, innovative business ideas are constantly being created, discussed, and tested. They either become the new dogma, or are discarded, but all of these ideas have an intrinsic value for small business owners.

The Young and the Restless: Small Business News – January 21-25, 2013

What’s the matter with kids today, what with their innovation and their desire for employee engagement? The news for this past workweek was concerned primarily with young people, their penchant for unique ideas and entrepreneurialism, and how to hire good workers just like them. As a former young person myself, I’m proud of where these new entrepreneurs… Read the full article.

The New Building Boom? Small Business News – January 14-18, 2013

If last week’s news recap had you feeling like the economy (or the sky) was falling, let the news from this past workweek recharge your sense of optimism. It turns out that American business may be building after all. Building better teams, building their customer bases through credit card processing, building new, cost-efficient office spaces and hiring more people to use them. 

Are We There Yet? Small Business News – January 7-11, 2013

This first full week in 2013 has been a slow one for news, and by that I mean everything is pointing to an excruciatingly slow economic recovery. The long shadow of Hurricane Sandy is still with us in certain parts of the country, affecting national employment numbers and business practices. But 2013 has brought a ray of hope (OK, more like a pinpoint of… Read the full article.