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The Resource Center has all the info you'll need From content to user feedback, the resource center has the information you need for every level of the entrepreneurial process.
The Wall Street Journal blog roundup today focuses on Venture Capital, and in specific what high-tech firms and entrepreneurs have to say about it.
Jeremy Quiltner at BusinessWeek details IDBs – Industrial Development Bonds – as a means for entrepreneurs to finance land and equipment...
For the final full week of August, we’ve got a few EXTRA links to share with you:
An article by Mickey Meece in the Business Section of this weekend’s New York Times cites some recent Kauffman reports and delves into the continuing rise of “necessity...
The Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy islooking for a contractor to conduct a study to evaluate the impact of broadband speed and priceon small businesses. Advocacy offers toprovide assistance in obtaining access to non-proprietary FederalCommunications Commission (FCC) and other agency data, if necessary.The study...
by Tom SullivanIt is startling how quickly the mood of ourcountry has shifted. It seemed like justyesterday when the majority of Americans were optimistic about new leadershipin Washington and optimistic for our country's future. Now, when Members of Congress are home andmeeting with their constituents...
Immigrants create more jobs than they take. That is the take home message appearing in a recent issue of Newsweek from the following 'Smart List' item: Lou Dobbs, take note: immigrants are good for our economy. The most skilled create jobs in technology and engineering,...
Thelatest update to the SBA Office of Advocacy’s Quarterly Indicators: TheEconomy and Small Business is now available. Real GDP fell only 1 percent in the second quarter of 2009compared to the previous quarter's 6.4 percent drop. Accordingly, smallbusiness owners seemed more optimistic in the second...
A new report by the Pew ResearchCenter for the People& the Press in collaboration with the American Association for theAdvancement of Science (AAAS) found that the majority of Americans think"that science has had a positive effect on society” and that science hasmade life easier for...
Taking a look at the newsstand lately, it may seem as if the covers of major periodicals are not - pardon the pun - on the same page. Only a week or two after Newsweek proclaimed "The Recession is Over," BusinessWeek has followed with "The...
Earlier this year, the Kauffman Foundation played host to a collection of economic bloggers for an open discussion on the economic meltdown occurring at the time. Now, the Foundation has released a video that shares the insights of some of the country's most widely-read economic...
The Small Business Administration recently launched it's own YouTube channel, joining an increasing number of federal agencies that are taking advantage of the popular video-sharing platform to reach a larger audience.The channel will carry a variety of content aimed at helping support entrepreneurs and small...
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