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    1. Innovative Ways to Make Small Business Saturday a Big Success

      Innovative Ways to Make Small Business Saturday a Big Success

      Many small businesses participating in Small Business Saturday are doing a lot more than just slapping a promotional sticker on their business’s front door and hoping for the best. Instead, they’re innovating to see just how much they can get out of the “shop local” idea.

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    2. How Small Businesses Can Use Facebook’s New Rooms App

      How Small Businesses Can Use Facebook’s New Rooms App

      Facebook launched a new iPhone app on Thursday called Rooms that will let users create small message boards devoted to specific topics—similar to perhaps Reddit or Yahoo Message Boards.

      The new app is not brandished with Facebook’s logo. On the contrary, the company is trying to keep Rooms very separate from its social-networking site and won’t even ask users to connect to their Facebook address book. Anyone can start a chat about something and invite people they think would be interested.

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    3. Small business view: Ebola, energy and elections

      Small business view: Ebola, energy and elections

      Small business owners have their fair share of issues they need to stay on top of. These days they can add three more to the list. Gas prices are plunging. Fears about the Ebola virus are increasing. And the upcoming elections are raising questions about what the new Congress is likely to do. All of these issues affect small businesses and can have positive or negative ramifications depending on the situation.

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    4. Maternity Leave: Why Small Businesses Should Offer Benefits

      Maternity Leave: Why Small Businesses Should Offer Benefits

      American women (and men) often bemoan the sorry state of maternity benefits, and understandably so: The U.S. and Papua New Guinea are the only two countries where female workers aren't guaranteed at least some time off to care for newborn children, while only 5 percent of U.S. companies offer fully paid maternity leave. Women employed by small businesses in the U.S. have it even worse.

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    5. Small business advice: How to prepare your company for an outbreak like Ebola

      Small business advice: How to prepare your company for an outbreak like Ebola

      The risk of Ebola and other infectious diseases impacting American workers is very, very low, unless that worker is employed in an occupation that is likely to come in contact with infectious diseases, such as a health care provider. 

      Many small employers may be worrying about their preparedness in the event an employee becomes ill with or exposed to an infectious disease. Concerns are running especially high now that we know individuals exposed to the virus in the United States traveled on commercial airline flights and a cruise ship, potentially jeopardizing the health of fellow travelers.

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