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Small Business Blog - You're the Boss Blog - The New York Times - You're the Boss offers small business owners and entrepreneurs the opportunity to compare notes, ask questions, get advice, and learn from each other’s mistakes.

  • So Long, From You're the Boss - The New York Times - After five years, this is the final post on You’re the Boss. As a parting gift, we offer some highlights from another year spent in the trenches, where we all continued to make mistakes and learn lessons.
  • Rethinking the Relationship Between Bosses and Employees - The New York Times - I now have 110 employees, many of whom have been with me for more than 15 years — with an average tenure of nine years. But are they my friends?
  • Is This Any Way to Pick a Company Health Insurance Plan? - The New York Times - I used our 24-inch printer to print very large blow-ups of these grids, and then spread them out on my conference table. The printouts entirely covered a table 15 feet by 5 feet — a huge mess, but at least I could walk around the table and see all of the details in one place.
  • One Business Owner's Journey to a Health Insurance Plan - The New York Times - Last year, Paul Downs found that by shopping around instead of renewing an existing policy, he was able to save almost $30,000 on the company’s share of health premiums. Could he repeat that performance this year?
  • It's Not All About the Premiums - The New York Times - Last year, I decided to roll the dice and try a bronze plan. Now that we’re 11 months into the year, I can report what my “cheap” plan has cost me.
  • Today in Small Business: Fracking and Gambling - The New York Times - The minimum wage is set to rise in 21 states by New Year’s Day. Amazon Prime Now delivered candy to a blogger in 23 minutes. Nebraska and Oklahoma sue Colorado to stop marijuana legalization.
  • How One Technology Company Managed to Hire a More Diverse Work Force - The New York Times - Step 1: Think about gender diversity early in your company’s formation. If you wait until the company is established, it’s too late.
  • Merges Old-School Advocacy With Social Media - The New York Times - has taken no traditional venture capital. “We aren’t in the business of optimizing and maximizing profits,” its founder said. “We’re in the business of impact.”
  • Today in Small Business: The Best Content Marketing Blogs - The New York Times - Introducing the BlackBerry Classic. How a Papa John’s franchisee went from driver to owner. Are these the five best business leaders of 2014?
  • Deciding There's Nothing Wrong With a Lifestyle Business - The New York Times - Last year, Ann Dowling, who owns shops that sell wine, cheese and chocolate, found time to go skiing on 50 days.
  • As Health Insurance Evolves, Traditional Brokers Claim They Still Have a Role - The New York Times - “It’s complex picking insurance for yourself and your family,” said a health care policy director for a small-business organization. “It’s even more complex for a business.
  • Utah Rules an Online Insurance Broker Is Unfair to Traditional Brokers - The New York Times - So far eight states, including Utah, have investigated Zenefits. Three have cleared it; decisions are pending in four others
  • An Online Merchant Collects 'Likes,' But Is This the Way to Use Facebook? - The New York Times - Andrew Royce Bauer says his Facebook strategy may be a little “spammy” but it works. What do you think?

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  • Kandi - This umbrella is so unique and cool. I have never seen an umbrella that folds ...

    This umbrella is so unique and cool. I have never seen an umbrella that folds inverted like this one does. It is great for not getting water on you when you close it. I also lose that the handle has a little hook, that way you can store in the closet on a hook, plus it makes carrying it around really simple. I also really love the star pattern that is on the inside of the umbrella. Makes me feel like I have a little star show, while its raining. I had no problems, opening, putting it away or storing. It also comes with a cover - bag that will make it easy to carry in a tote or backpack for traveling. I am probably going to buy another one for my sister.

  • John E. Philibert - Before Halestorm Became Poppy

    This album precedes A Strange Case Of.... and I'm glad it does. Halestorm was a solid METAL band on par with Skid Row or Motley Crue. Their latest album is too poppy, too mainstream. This album captures their talent. I love a band that can do it live as well as on record. I would prefer Arjay tone it back a bit. Okay, you're a GREAT drummer. Roger. Got it. It's not all about you. You're in a BAND. There are OTHER people on stage, too. Still, they put on a great show. Lzzy is great at audience interaction. I like how she steps back into the shadows and lets Joe take the spotlight during his solos. She has a rip-roaring voice. I hope she can keep it up. I'd hate to see her flame out and wreck her pipes in the manner of Bret Michaels.

  • Amazon Customer - all "Just Dance " in my book are fun!!

    Bought this for my granddaughter!!! She loves...all "Just Dance " in my book are fun!!! Get you up and moving!!

  • Dulce - Very nice!

    I love all the options available. We can use most options with out having to upgrade. I probably will buy full version because this app is so good. Love it would recommend.

  • K. Cormier - very few did I find to be boring or not worth the time

    needed this text for a university English class. Most of the stories were very intriguing, very few did I find to be boring or not worth the time. I recommend you get the kindle version of you need it for school as every year they release a new version of the text for class so selling it to someone else is not going to happen probably.

  • Katie M - Decent pole

    I had a little problem in the beginning extending the pole. I overextended it and could get it to retract again. This caused a little frustration. Then I noticed that the pole has instructions written on it (with stop lines that I didn’t see at first) that tell you how to operate it. That what I get for not reading instructions first . I never had a pole with an antishock feature before and when we were just playing with it, it didn’t seem like it was going to help. So when we took it hiking yesterday, I wasn’t expecting much. I was wrong. It’s not really bouncy, but it did lessen the impact downhill. Halfway down, I gave it to my friend to try it out and he liked it too. He had to adjust the wrist strap which took a little while because I had woven in back into the buckle so the end wasn’t flying free and rubbing against my arm. The handle of the pole has a smell that still has not gone away and the smell transfers to your hands. Other than that it’s a decent pole.