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Friday, June 18, 2010
Posted by Molly Nelson - Today, the third Friday in June, is apparently the happiest day of the year. I just learned about this today, so here are some links that I hope are even more informative:

While the House of Representatives has passed a bill that would create a $30 billion fund intended to boost lending to small businesses, Inc. shared 25 tips for perfecting your e-mail etiquette.

OPEN Forum asks if being the most innovative person in your business could actually be a detriment to your business, and women and minority business owners of construction and construction-related businesses can learn a few things from Gail Warrior and the Warrior Small Business Academy.

Summer internships are great - unless they violate the Fair Labor Standards Act, that is. After all that, FreelanceFolder has suggestions for taking a vacation even if you don't have the time (or money).

[Why Today Adds Up To The Happiest Day Of The Year]
[House Passes $30 Billion Small Biz Loan Bill]
[25 Tips for Perfecting Your E-mail Etiquette]
[The Innovator’s Paradox]
[Preparing Women to Build Growing Businesses]
[Summer intern or unpaid employee?]
[How to Take a Vacation–Even If You’re Too Busy Or Too Broke]


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