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President Barack Obama and Mitt Romney have talked frequently about small-business owners and entrepreneurs in their stump speeches recently, suggesting they're in touch with America's nearly 30 million small enterprises. But, when it comes down to it, how strong of a voice do small businesses really have this election season? According to many business owners[...]
A new effort to ward off federal internet antipiracy laws is gaining traction among technology entrepreneurs and organizations around the world. Alexis Ohanian, co-founder of social news site reddit, and Josh Levy, a campaign manager at internet and media-advocacy site Free Press, have helped create the "Declaration of Internet Freedom," a movement against proposed[...]
The same group of tech entrepreneurs that created the "Declaration of Internet Freedom" petition earlier this summer are taking their message about an open and free internet on the road to get the attention of U.S. presidential candidates Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Called Internet 2012, the bus tour will kick off next month during the presidential and[...]
President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney had one thing in common in their convention speeches: They both mentioned epic entrepreneur Steve Jobs. Overall, however, the Democratic National Convention was more focused on supporting middle-class workers while the GOP's event was more centered on promoting private-sector businesses. The way the two candidates talked about the late Jobs is[...]
As the Presidential election becomes a referendum on the size that government should be, how much tax the government should levy is a critical issue for both candidates. The size and scope of tax reform is a way for both President Barack Obama and Republican candidate Mitt Romney to hammer home their philosophies of[...]
In case you were too busy running your business last night to tune into the first presidential debate in Denver, here’s a recap: Both candidates talked about their support for cutting taxes for small businesses in some way, but they sparred over what is actually considered a small business. Overwhelmingly -- from[...]
Last month, while having breakfast with a group of entrepreneurs in Chapel Hill, N.C., I met Deepak -- a young, up-and-coming star in the Research Triangle's entrepreneurial ecosystem. Deepak hopes to grow his health-care startup, create good-paying jobs and enable people from around the world to live longer, healthier lives[...]
President Barack Obama delivered a call-to-action speech on overhauling the U.S. immigration policy from Las Vegas, Nev., Tuesday. In his blueprint for immigration reform, Obama emphasized several changes to the immigration law that would directly impact entrepreneurs. In particular, Obama called for the creation of a "Startup Visa" for entrepreneurs that create[...]
As the drumbeat for immigration reform grows louder, several bipartisan groups of Senators are putting their weight behind individual components of the reform that explicitly benefit entrepreneurs. Wednesday, Senators Mark Udall (D, Colo.) and Jeff Flake (R, Ariz.) said that they plan to reintroduce the Startup Visa Act. The Act, which was[...]
Entrepreneurs and their advocates were glad to hear President Barack Obama’s commitment to solving the nation’s impending debt and spending crisis, simplifying the tax code and overhauling immigration laws in his State of the Union Address Tuesday night. More controversial was his proposal to raise federal minimum wage to $9 per hour for full-time[...]
Crowdfunding advocates raised the volume today on their call to push the Securities and Exchange Commission to finalize rules needed for business owners to raise equity through crowdfunding. "This is a story about capital," said Sherwood Neiss, principal of consulting and advisory firm Crowdfund Capital Advisors and a chair of the not-for-profit[...]
The red-hot industry of crowdsourcing is spreading its tentacles, this time into reality TV. CNBC is launching a prime-time television series based on the idea of making decisions by soliciting opinions from a large group of people. The show will premiere on Tuesday, May 14, the Englewood Cliffs, N.J.-based cable television station[...]