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Philanthropic Facilitation Act aims to stimulate economic growth, create jobs

By the Council on Foundations and the Americans for Community Development ARLINGTON, VA—The Council on Foundations—a nonprofit membership association of grant-making foundations and corporations and Americans for Community Development—the organization for the Low-Profit Limited Liability Company (L3C)— have announced that Representatives Aaron Schock (R-Ill.) and Jared Polis (D-Colo.) have introduced a bipartisan Philanthropic Facilitation Act of 2011 […]

SBA offers marketing tips for Small Business Saturday

Submitted by the U.S. Small Business Administration Saturday, Nov. 26, marks the second annual Small Business Saturday, a day to support the local small businesses that create jobs, boost the economy and preserve neighborhoods around the country. First there was Black Friday, and then Cyber Monday, and now Small Business Saturday will help drive shoppers […]

How to break through business malaise

How to break through business malaise

By Suzanne Ross Guest columnist It’s not news that people are tired of being marketed and sold to in the traditional manner. Yet the malaise threatens organizations from demonstrating their real customer and industry value. As companies build their market leadership, the aim should be to arm teams with what’s of most value to customers […]

More than half of Millennials want to start businesses: poll

Submitted by Young Invincibles KANSAS CITY, Mo.– (Business Wire)–In a beleaguered economy, the country needs entrepreneurs – the nation’s job creators. Fortunately, a recent poll shows that the so-called Millennial generation – those ages 18-34 – are an entrepreneurial bunch. A few key barriers are holding them back, especially the economy. The nationwide cell phone […]

Is economy facing recession? Survey says yes

Submitted by the Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation KANSAS CITY, Mo. – Using words like “uncertain,” “fragile” and “weak,” 96 percent of top economics bloggers now share a gloomy outlook on the U.S. economy. According to a new Ewing Marion Kauffman Foundation survey released Oct. 31, respondents’ expectations of higher annual deficits and top marginal tax […]