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Biggest Problem Facing Small Businesses

A survey of business owners shows that "poor sales" is no longer the biggest problem cited by the most owners.

NLRB Offers Employers More Guidance on Avoiding Labor Violations Over Social Media Policies

Lafe Solomon, Acting General Counsel for the National Labor Relations Board ("NLRB" , issued a third report on May 30th focusing on social media policies.

Australia’s First SME Commissioner As Small Business Moves to Cabinet

Recently the Australian government announced that Small Business would move to Cabinet and now we have the appointment of our first federal Small Business Commissioner.

Mike Rowe Celebrates Dirty Jobs

The host of "Dirty Jobs", Mike Rowe, tells about how our concepts of work may be bunk and how hard work has been unjustifiably degraded today.

Hawaii Legislature Passes Card Check over Governor’s Veto

In a special session called to override Governor Linda Lingle’s vetoes of numerous bills, the Hawaii state legislature passed Card Check, the top priority for unions in the state as elsewhere in the nation.

Australian Government Rejects "Unconscionable Conduct" and Responsibility

CANBERRA, Australia (Blue MauMau) -  On Monday the Australian Senate Standing Committee on Economics agreed that there is a need to look into unconscionable conduct in franchising practices but the “Majority” deferred the responsibility to Courts and the ACCC.