jueves, 2 de febrero de 2012

This week in Small Business ... from Bloomberg BusinessWeek

This week in Small Business

It's not unusual for America's wealthiest individuals to invest through angel groups or sit on boards at venture capital firms. But these days the superrich also want to own and operate small companies where their deep pockets and powerful networks can create growth. Meet an elite networking group whose members plan to increase investments in private ventures this year.
Then learn about a recent White House proposal to make it easier for small companies to raise money by selling shares to the public. Catch a new analysis that shows small businesses’ role in the U.S. economy has been diminishing. Hear why one economist thinks we shouldn’t merge the SBA with other federal agencies. Finally, submit suggestions of promising ventures for our fourth annual roundup of social entrepreneurs. Enjoy. -Nick Leiber

This Week's Top Story - One-Percenters Want to Buy the Corner Bakery

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Startup Rates Surge in the U.S. and Abroad

A new report by the Global Entrepreneurship Monitor shows entrepreneurial activity revived in 2011 after years of decline

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