Monthly Archives: September 2015

SMB Comments on 9/16 Repub Debate

Well, after sifting through all the snark, we have a few comments about the debate (we’re going to be so presumptious to speak for SMBs): 1. Aside from Trump and Fiorina, it doesn’t seem to us that the rest of … Continue reading

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How Google’s Rules Can Work In Your Office

Well, my alma mater, Wharton School, has come up with a useful post that we can reblog. It’s a little unfocused, but that’s why we try to put it into a less than five page format.   My impression is … Continue reading

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Take care

There aren many free standing businesses left. Years later that number dwindled as the feed store closed for good. Kinkle died in 2006. The M855 ball has a lead core with a steel tip and therefore does not fit the … Continue reading

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The Jeb Bush Tax Plan

Well, we applaud Gov. Bush for putting it front and center in the Journal’s op ed page. We also like the cut in corporate rates to 20%, which is much lower than the currently published 35% (no one with depreciable … Continue reading

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The Shop Steward in the White House

Ronald Melsburg in the 9/4 Wall Street Journal, probably in honor of Labor Day, has written a disturbing article for those of your who head companies larger than 50 employees. Mr. Melsburg is clearly a labor lawyer, and a prominent … Continue reading

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