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Monday, July 19, 2010

Posted by Rosemary Hambright - Small business was a hot topic in national news last week!  Senate passed the Wall Street reform 60-39 on Thursday afternoon.  CNN Money reported on the nature of the relationship between credit cards and small business credit, and Seth Goldman explained why his small company Honest Tea stood their ground against their investor Coca-Cola to the NY Times.

 

Entrepreneur.com offered advice on how self-employed people can improve their finance IQ, and Small Biz Daily assembled a list of helpful websites for female entrepreneurs.

 

And if you’re looking for a family friendly activity, the movie Despicable Me features a protagonist successfully raising his own funds to build a rocket ship after the “Bank of Evil” denies him a loan!

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