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    1. When Is the Best Time to Send a Marketing Email?

      When Is the Best Time to Send a Marketing Email?

      - The data science team at an email service tries to answer this question: When is the best time to send a marketing email?

      - Microsoft announces its layoffs to employees with a “hilariously bad” memo.

      - A 13-year-old built his own version of Google Glass and it’s pretty impressive.

      and much more...!

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    2. Here’s how to explain “the voodoo of lobster economics.”

      Here’s how to explain “the voodoo of lobster economics.”

      - Here’s how to explain “the voodoo of lobster economics.”

       - Some economists are seeing signs of another market bubble (and David Stockman says “the implosion” is near).

      - A business owner explains how getting the right domain name improved his business overnight. (You can also use the “bus theory” to pick a memorable domain.)

      and much more...

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    3. Today in Small Business: Myths About Managing Millennials

      Today in Small Business: Myths About Managing Millennials

      - Not everything you've heard about managing millennials is true, according to a Harvard Business Review report.

      - “Massive insider selling and out of control expenses” are two reasons  some investors believe Angie’s List is not a good company to invest in.

      - The stock of an unknown social networking “referral service for introductions” gains more than 24,000 percent over the course of a few weeks.

      and much much more...!

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    4. Today in Small Business: Pizza for Everyone!

      Today in Small Business: Pizza for Everyone!

      - A quick-thinking pilot buys pizza for everyone on a stranded flight.

      - A guest blogger for the Daily Mail experiences just how hateful the Internet can be, and a sleeping baseball fan’s lawsuit tries to turn the tables on commenters.

      - Because of a recent hacking case, some experts warn customers to beware of using credit cards in small businesses.

      and much more...!

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    5. Today in Small Business: Paying Employees After a Fire

      Today in Small Business: Paying Employees After a Fire

       - A restaurant owner pays his employees $144,000 out of his own pocket while his fire-damaged restaurant is re-built.

      - For businesses that don't have the budgets needed to create online awareness, here’s how to use social media to attract customers.

      - Google has started indexing more mobile app content.

      and much much more...!

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    6. What I Learned From Firing My Employee of 20 Years

      What I Learned From Firing My Employee of 20 Years

      This story, which runs as a series of five blog posts, is about a business owner’s attempt to improve his company’s morale, his desire to reward some of his employees for outstanding effort and his introduction of some big-company management techniques where formerly there had been nothing. Those efforts run afoul of a difficult employee, and the result is an ugly termination scene. The owner does his best to characterize the people involved without trashing them, and he doesn’t try to sugarcoat his own actions.

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    7. 2014 Small Business Book Awards are announced

      2014 Small Business Book Awards are announced

      - Here’s how a deli turned into a community of nine businesses with 650 employees and $50 million in combined sales.

      - “Factory Man” tells the story of a furniture maker who battled a Chinese industry, stayed local and helped save an American town.

       - The 2014 Small Business Book Awards are announced. See it here: http://amzn.to/1oC3RPT

      and much more...!

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    8. Today in Small Business: 'Seniorpreneurs'

      Today in Small Business: 'Seniorpreneurs'

      - Three things you should never tell an entrepreneur about her or his spouse.

      - The next entrepreneurial wave could be “seniorpreneurs.”

      - Nearly two times as many small-business owners cite taxes over health care as the issue they are most concerned about.

      and much more...

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    9. Women Are Starting More Businesses (But That Might Not Be Good)

      Women Are Starting More Businesses (But That Might Not Be Good)

       Today in Small Business: 

      - A post in The Harvard Business Review looks at why women are starting more businesses and why that isn’t necessarily be a good thing.

      - Here are eight surging start-up industries to watch.

      - More than three-quarters of small-business owners expect to be profitable in the second half of 2014, according to SurePayroll.

      and much more...

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