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How protests are impacting local businesses

The Wall Street Journal's Dan Henninger weighs in on how protests around the country are affecting local businesses.

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  1. Abe’s Market hopes to seed growth for organic foods

    FOXBusiness.com’s Kate Rogers with Richard Demb, CEO of AbesMarket.com on the e-commerce site’s new venture, Abe’s Velocity Fund.

  2. Abe's Market Fund Gives Quinn Popcorn 'Six-Figures'

    AbesMarket.com CEO Richard Demb talks America’s love of natural and organic foods, and the company’s new venture, the Abe’s Velocity Fund, which plans to give up to $10 million in seed cash to promising new brands.  

  3. ObamaCare's Week 17: Warnings for Insurers

    ObamaCare's 17 th week of open enrollment brought a mixed bag of news: enrollment figures are on the rise, but the outlook for the insurance industry remains murky.O...

  4. Target Cuts Health Coverage for Part-Timers

    Target (NYSE:TGT) has now joined the growing ranks of companies ending health-insurance coverage for part-time workers.Instead, the retail giant now says it will shi...

  5. ObamaCare Week 15: Insurance Deadline Hits, Employers Brace for 2015

    Individuals who have signed up for health insurance on the federal or a state exchange had to submit their premium payments by Friday in order to have their coverage...

  6. Employers Grapple With Cost of ObamaCare

    Employers like UPS (NYSE: UPS), grappling with ObamaCare's implementation and its myriad requirements, are voicing concerns over the cost of complying with the new h...

  7. Exchanges Go Live Amid Glitches

    As ObamaCare exchanges go live Tuesday, the federal system and some state-run exchanges have run into technical glitches that threaten to make the rollout a bumpy ro...

  8. ObamaCare Prompts Companies to Cut Workers' Hours

    The list of companies moving to cut hours for part-time workers continues to grow, as employers look to keep staffers below the 30-hour threshold set by the Affordab...

  9. 9 Musts for Business Success

    What distinguishes perennially great companies from the pack? Innovative business strategies that work over the long haul.

  10. Store brands to savor

    It's one thing to save money by buying store-brand paper towels or trash bags, but do you dare replace a name-brand favorite—Heinz ketchup, say—with a store brand? S...

  11. The Secret to Success – Just Don't Tell Anyone

    What do Apple, Trader Joe's, Woody Allen, and the NSA all have in common? I could tell you, but then I'd have to shoot you. Of course, they're famously secretive. In...

  12. Do You Need a New Boss?

    And some advice, silly chicken: when opportunity knocks, don’t panic. Here are the latest LOL-inducing, insightful and character-limited words of wisdom that helped me run my business this week.

  1. Starbucks launches high-end coffee shop

    United Advisors’ Scott Martin and Capitalistpig Hedge Fund’s Jonathan Hoenig weigh in on Amazon’s new product line and Starbucks’ high-end coffee shop.

  2. Midterms and millennials: Less youth headed to the polls?

    Young America’s Foundation’s Ashley Pratte on millennials’ impact on the midterm elections and the fast food industry.

  3. Health food fads hurting traditional supermarkets?

    FBN’s Cheryl Casone discusses the impact of Whole Foods and healthy eating habits on traditional supermarkets.

  4. American’s rushing to healthier foods?

    Young America’s Foundation’s Ashley Pratt and Fox News Medical A-Team’s Dr. Marc Siegel on McDonald’s August sales and General Mills’ acquisition of Annie’s.

  5. Consumer Reports ranks the top supermarkets

    Consumer Reports Senior Editor Tod Marks on the survey of the top supermarkets in America.

  6. The best supermarkets in the U.S.

    Supermarket guru Phil Lempert and Jonas Max Ferris of Maxfunds.com on the top supermarkets, as rated by Consumer Reports.

  7. 16 ways to save at the supermarket

    Beyond death and taxes , few things in this world are certain—except, perhaps, for rising telecom and food prices. (Use these 5 ways to cut your monthly cable bill ....

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