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  1. Climbing the ladder to unemploymentRead the original story

    Yesterday | Lake Chelan Mirror

    ... it is best we put the "wage ladder" away before we fall from it. 12th District Rep. Cary Condotta has been a small business owner for over 30 years. He serves on the House Finance, Appropriations, and Commerce and Gaming committees in the Washington ...


  2. Franchisees Reassert Fraud Claims against Papa Murphy'sRead the original story

    Yesterday | Blue Maumau

    ... the franchisees as individuals, married couples, families and high school friends who wanted to become small business owners. Some decided to purchase a franchise because they had been downsized in the great recession and were unable to find other ...


  3. Remarks as Prepared for Delivery by National Security Advisor Susan...Read the original story

    Yesterday | The White House

    National Security Advisor Susan E. Rice Remarks at Export-Import Bank Annual Conference Washington, D.C. Friday, April 24, 2015 As Prepared Thank you, Kusum, for that wonderful introduction. Your story is a powerful testament to the drive and ingenuity of American small business owners, and to how the Ex-Im Bank facilitates connections and commerce that lift up our world.


  4. Something unique is coming to WaylandRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Genesee Country Express

    ... and restore it back to what it was always meant to be. "I was in a position to provide an opportunity for a small business to grow and develop by offering an "incubator" type program for a short period of time - an opportunity to try -.a chance to ...


  5. Team Building: How to Train for Productivity and ProfitsRead the original story

    Friday | Sports of Yore

    Shelia Butler is the co-founder of a multi-million dollar business whose success relied heavily on organizing productive and accountable teams. In this episode we several aspects of team building, including mentoring, leadership and accountability, and knowing when to make the difficult, but necessary changes for accomplishing business objectives.


  6. It's not Miliband who is worrying the banks, it's our future in EuropeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Independent

    Will the last business to leave Britain if Labour and the SNP hold power on 8 May please turn off the lights? It is tempting to interpret HSBC's review of whether it should move its headquarters out of London and out of the UK as the country's biggest company making plans to go before the interventionist Ed Miliband takes the reins. Another reaction, from the anti-banks brigade, would be "good riddance".


  7. Small business worries changes to film credit will hurt bottom lineRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Chronicle Herald

    ... in Nova Scotia aren't the only ones worried by the recent changes to the province's film tax credit. Small business owners said they would also be negatively affected, with some losing as much as 45 per cent of their income if film companies were to ...


  8. American Express: A Bargain at Current Prices?Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday |

    ... to Card Members and other consumers." International Card Services: "...issues proprietary consumer and small business cards outside the U.S. and operates coalition loyalty business in various countries." Among the segments, United States Card ...


  9. Shop Owner Busted for Installing Fake Airbags in CarsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | NBC Miami

    ... In a statement his attorney told us, "Aristides Santiesteban denies the charges against him. He owns a small business that reupholsters car interiors. Mr. Santiesteban has no criminal record and has a good reputation for honesty in the community." ...


  10. SLGA DrinkSask program rolls out featuring Black Bridge BreweryRead the original story

    Friday | Southwest Booster

    Kari Stenson from Swift Current's Black Bridge Brewery attended the April 23 launch of the DrinkSask campaign which will highlight Saskatchewan-made products at SLGA liquor stores. Swift Current's Black Bridge Brewery is among nine Saskatchewan manufacturers that are being featured in a new SLGA campaign, aimed at promoting home-grown products.


  11. Ben McAdams, Derek B. Miller: Export-Import Bank is critical to Utah jobsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Deseret News

    ... in the U.S. at one time, for example - and exports are often the best way to grow a business, including a small business. In recent years, 86 percent of Utah exporters were small businesses. And 20 percent of jobs in our state are generated by ...


  12. NDP would cut small business tax by 33% if electedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | CBC News

    NDP Leader Mike Redmond wants to lower the small business tax rate if his party comes into power in the next election. The NDP would cut the small business tax rate on P.E.I, by 33 per cent, if elected May 4 in the provincial election, says Leader Mike Redmond.


  13. Business Leaders Share Ideas at Staunton EventRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | WHSV-TV Harrisonburg

    ... of different perspectives that make up a really rich and diverse local economy," said Williamson. "A lot of small business owners you know don't have a marketing staff to work for them so um it's kind of interesting to be with these marketing types ...


  14. A Trojan horse taxRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Washington Post

    What if I told you that large, out-of-state companies were skirting the law and not paying their fair share in taxes? What if I said a remedy to "clarify" current law would force these tax evaders to pay their fair share? It wouldn't be hard to support such a common-sense proposal. That is precisely what supporters of Maryland Senate Bill 190 will tell you their bill does.


  15. Biker bliss Motorcycle shop owner builds niche in Palm CoastRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Daytona Beach News-Journal Online

    ... plan is buying the shop when (Provenzano) is ready to retire.” As far as the pressures of running a small business go, Provenzano said he figures he has that covered as long as he keeps riding. “It's just freedom, man,” he said ...


  16. New Service Helps Small Businesses Around The World Increase Their Repeat RevenueRead the original story

    Thursday Apr 23 | PressReleasePoint

    ... and human input. According to Brian O'Connell this is one of the most critical functions they perform, "Small business owners just don't have the time to regularly analyse raw data and then go on to decide what actions to take as a result. So we ...


  17. Town of Lewiston: Steve Broderick running for supervisorRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 22 | Grand Island Pennysaver

    ... as well as a member of the underwater recovery team and the coordinator for "Project Lifesaver." He also is a small business owner, operating Duckhook Golf. "I have learned over nearly a quarter-century in law enforcement that getting the best ...


  18. Longmont-area congressional votes: April 20-24, 2015Read the original story

    Monday Apr 20 | LongmontFYI

    MINORITIES AND SMALL BUSINESS: The House has passed an amendment sponsored by Rep. Ann M. Kuster, D-N.H., to the Bureau of Consumer Financial Protection Advisory Boards Act .


  19. Summit County Moms host Mother's Day Gift Bazaar in FriscoRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Apr 2 | The Summit Daily News

    Summit County Moms hosted their first bazaar around Valentine's Day. The Mother's Day Gift Bazaar at Elevate CoSpace in Frisco will be held Saturday, April 25. Nerium offers exclusive products with age-defying ingredients that lead to unprecedented results in a simple, one-step system.


  20. U.S. Export-Import Bank backers say ready for fight 'to the death'Read the original story

    Friday | Reuters

    Supporters of the U.S. Export-Import Bank said on Friday they would press ahead with legislation to keep the bank alive despite efforts to shut it down. "The perspective on the other side is not 'reform Export Import Bank,' it is 'kill it,'" said Oklahoma Republican Frank Lucas, whose support for Ex-Im has made him a target for conservatives demanding the bank close.