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    1. Shoppers out seeking deals, though sales have crept earlier

      Shoppers out seeking deals, though sales have crept earlier

      Yahoo!-ABC News Network | © 2017 ABC News Internet Ventures. All rights reserved. Shoppers out seeking deals, though sales have crept earlier By bernard condon and anne d'innocenzio, ap business writers Nov 26, 2017, 12:22 AM ET 0 Shares Star The Associated Press Douglas Bedgood shops for Christmas gifts on Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017, in Owensboro, Ky., with his daughter, Heather Mahlinger. The two were participating in Shop Owensboro during Small Business Saturday.

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    2. Trump Posts About Small Businesses So The Internet Reminds Him He's Screwing Them Over

      Trump Posts About Small Businesses So The Internet Reminds Him He's Screwing Them Over

      Caleb R. Newton - November 25, 2017 Ask Trump, and everything is getting along just fine in the United States under his leadership. Sure, millions of people are in danger of losing their health care and seeing the ease with which they’re able to live out their lives plummet dramatically, but everyone is talking about Trump, so things must be getting along okay, right? Wrong, even though that’s how the president seems to think.

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    3. Rollback of Net Neutrality Has Small Businesses Worried

      Rollback of Net Neutrality Has Small Businesses Worried

      David Callicott needs to be online to run his small company, GoodLight Natural Candles in San Francisco.

      Dozens of orders from wholesale customers like Whole Foods and Bed Bath & Beyond are relayed online each day to fulfillment warehouses, which send out Mr. Callicott’s paraffin-free candles. The GoodLight website accounts for 15 percent of its sales, which could reach $1.5 million this year; the e-commerce behemoth Amazon makes up another 10 percent. And many of the company’s business documents are stored in cloud-based data centers.

      But the costs of doing business on the internet may be about to rise.

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    4. DNA-Based Diet Advice Is Big Business With Little Scientific Support

      DNA-Based Diet Advice Is Big Business With Little Scientific Support

      This simplicity gets easily lost, though. Thanks to expensive marketing campaigns by big food companies, media that thrives on drama, and a rotating door of fad diets, what is and isn’t considered “healthy” feels as if it’s in constant flux. Fat, sugar, salt, cholesterol, dairy, gluten, and grains have all wrestled for the title of public health enemy no. 1. For years, I managed to ignore the inflammatory headlines and shocking new studies.

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    5. Small Business Saturday has an impact on Central Minnesota

      Small Business Saturday has an impact on Central Minnesota

      About half of jobs in the U.S. are in small businesses — defined as those with fewer than 500 employees, according to the Small Business Administration. In Central Minnesota, a big chunk of those small businesses are run by the owner and have no ...

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    6. Small Business Saturday focuses shopping attention locally

      Small Business Saturday focuses shopping attention locally

      Small Business Saturday focuses shopping attention locally Monday Nov 20, 2017 at 2:46 PM Nov 20, 2017 at 2:46 PM Maggie Menderski Retail Reporter @maggiemenderski The National Retail Federation says the average holiday shopper will spend an estimated $967 this year. That’ll go toward gifts under the tree, food on the table and paper, ribbons and bows. But where does that money actually go when it leaves your account?

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    7. Small Business Saturday a boon for locally owned, operated businesses

      Small Business Saturday a boon for locally owned, operated businesses

      Buy Photo College Hill Coffee Company owner Tina Stoeberl adjusts items displayed in the gift shop within the shop. (Photo: The Enquirer/Jennie Key) Buy Photo COMMENT EMAIL MORE As retailers across the country prepare for the opening salvo of the holiday season on Black Friday, local small business owners seem confident they can hold their own against the onslaught of online competition.

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    8. Bakers Spend 15.4 Hours to Create a Single Wedding Cake and Florists Arrange an Average of 632 Individual Flowers per Wedding, According to The Knot 2017 Small Business Study

      Bakers Spend 15.4 Hours to Create a Single Wedding Cake and Florists Arrange an Average of 632 Individual Flowers per Wedding, According to The Knot 2017 Small Business Study

      Worldwide Offices Bakers Spend 15.4 Hours to Create a Single Wedding Cake and Florists Arrange an Average of 632 Individual Flowers per Wedding, According to The Knot 2017 Small Business Study The Knot Celebrates Its Network of Approximately 300,000 Local Wedding Professionals Across the US on Small Business Saturday by Uncovering How They Make the Wedding Industry Thrive News provided by 08:57 NEW YORK , Nov. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Knot, the leading online wedding brand and app, today released The Knot 2017 Small Business Study, which surveyed thousands of its local wedding professionals and small business owners ...

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    9. Small Business Saturday: Area shops beat odds as they battle giants

      Small Business Saturday: Area shops beat odds as they battle giants

      About half of all businesses don’t make it past five years and only one-third make it 10 years, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, highlighting how hard it can be to achieve success and stability.

      That’s one reason American Express started Small Business Saturday in 2010. It’s a way to recognize small business owners in communities across the nation, including Southwest Florida. 

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    10. Why you should shop small and local on Small Business Saturday

      Why you should shop small and local on Small Business Saturday

      From Black Friday to Cyber Monday, the options for spending your cash this holiday season are endless. But there’s another way to get a good deal: Small Business Saturday. Many owners are getting creative and trying different ways to reach out to customers. TODAY’s Dylan Dreyer reports. (By TODAY with our sponsor American Express) Closed Captioning

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    11. Stores seek holiday rebound

      Stores seek holiday rebound

      Stores seek holiday rebound Last year’s decline blamed on shift to mobile shopping Donna Goodison Monday, November 20, 2017 Credit: Nicolaus Czarnecki SLUMPING SALES: Retail advocates say crowds like these at the CambridgeSide Galeria in Cambridge can get a boost if the state cuts its sales tax from its present rate of 6.25 percent. Credit: Unknown (Cambridge, MA 11/24/16) Black Friday shoppers shop at the Best Buy at the CambridgeSide Galleria in Cambridge on Thursday, November 24, 2016.

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    12. Small Business Saturday Waxing As Black Friday Wanes

      Small Business Saturday Waxing As Black Friday Wanes

      Small Business Saturday, which is sandwiched in between the big retailers' upcoming — and seismically larger — Black Friday and Cyber Monday events this week, continues to gain traction in its eighth year of promoting shops on Main St. It also has ...

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