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Half of Small Businesses Will Cut Employee Hours to Avoid Obamacare Penalties

Anxiety about Obamacare is increasing, according to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce's quarterly small-business outlook survey. Full story

Worthless, Impossible and Stupid? Why Contrarian Business Ideas Make It Big

In his new book, business professor Daniel Isenberg says if people think you're crazy, you're onto something. Full story

U.S. Federal Spending at Small Businesses Misses Mark. Again.

The Small Business Administration releases its scorecard measuring federal procurement in fiscal year 2012. Full story

Small Business Optimism Grows Despite Stagnant Hiring, Paycheck Size

Payroll-processing firm SurePayroll releases its June Small-Business Scorecard. Full story

How to Jumpstart Your Social-Media Marketing During the Summer Slowdown (Infographic)

The lazy months of summer can be the perfect time to ramp up your company's social-media presence. Here's how. Full story

Forget Time Management: Why You Should Practice Choice Management Instead

Get more done by focusing on decisions and actions instead of the clock. Full story

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Small-business owners Gorham and Povich work with their employees to sell lobster rolls at their shop "Redhook Lobster Pound" in New York
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Small-business owners Ralph Gorham and Susan Povich work with their employees to sell lobster rolls at their shop "Redhook Lobster Pound" in New York December 16, 2010. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

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Small-business owner Ralph Gorham checks the salinity of his holding tanks at his shop "Redhook Lobster Pound" in New York December 16, 2010. REUTERS/Lucas Jackson

Monagan displays a rib dinner in a take-out box at his recently opened take-out rib joint in Detroit
Monagan displays a rib dinner in a take-out box at his recently opened take-out rib joint in Detroit

Charlie Monagan, or Chef Chuck, displays a rib dinner in a take-out box at his recently opened take-out rib joint in one of Detroit's poorest, blighted neighborhoods in Detroit, Michigan, May 25, 2013. When Kevin Ward, who co-owns Slabbee's Ribs & Soul with Monagan, fulfilled his dream by opening th

Ward and Monagan, co-owners of Slabbee's Ribs & Soul, stand in front of their recently opened take-out rib joint in Detroit
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