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Entrepreneurs very optimistic about economy?

Inc. President Eric Schurenberg on entrepreneurs’ views about the future.

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  1. E-cig company CEO: Don’t ban e-cigs in public places

    Progressive columnist Rick Ungar and NJOY Electronic Cigarettes CEO Craig Weiss argue e-cigarettes should not be banned in public places.

  2. SeaWorld Sinks 5% on Proposed Orca Show Ban

    Shares of SeaWorld (NYSE:SEAS) sank as much as 7% on Friday amid concerns about proposed legislation that would prohibit the theme park from using orcas in its San D...

  3. SeaWorld of Earnings Issues

    Second of a two-part seriesIt wasn't meant to go this way for SeaWorld Entertainment, which operates theme parks like Sesame Place, Busch Gardens and SeaWorld, where...

  4. Whale Woes Mount: SeaWorld of Problems

    First of a two-part seriesYour business depends largely on ticket sales, but a marquee attraction you sell tickets to has killed and injured people.A documentary fil...

  5. Is Bad Office Design Hurting Your Productivity?

    It's every employer's goal to maintain a productive and efficient workforce, but there are many common office habits and factors that can hurt output.For example: Ca...

  6. Temping Can Open Door to Full-Time Jobs

    Often, some of the greatest potential talent is right under our nose.The best way to make sure untapped talent gets discovered is to have conversations. Facilitating...

  7. Why Frigid Office Temperatures Can be Bad for Business

    How many times have you gone to work in the sweltering heat with a jacket or shawl packed into a bag just to keep warm at your desk?It may sound crazy, but some offi...

  8. Outrageous E.R. Hospital Charges: What to Do

    It's no secret that hospital bills in the U.S.—especially ones from the E.R.—can often hit astronomical proportions.According to a recent cost study conducted by res...

  9. Tax Implications of How You Set Up Your Payroll

    The IRS is currently involved in a massive project that involves agents auditing businesses to determine if they are correctly following the rules of hiring of independent contractors, and business owners should take note and review their hiring practices.

  10. Al's Emporium: Squid Sells SeaWorld

    SeaWorld Entertainment launched its initial public stock offering on Friday, and among the lead underwriters was Goldman Sachs, the great vampire squid.With SeaWorld...

  11. Federal Investigators Criticize Chevron Over California Refinery Fire

    Chevron Corp. (CVX) didn't apply safer design principles at its oil refinery in Richmond, Calif., and the company didn't fix a corroded pipe that ruptured last year ...

  12. Varney: Can’t Set Energy Policy on Movie Star’s Conspiracy Theories

    FBN’s Stuart Varney on actress Daryl Hannah’s views on the U.S. energy policy.

  1. FCC considering ban on use of ‘Redskins’ name

    ProfitableTrading.com Senior Strategist Jared Levy and FBN’s Tracy Byrnes and Liz MacDonald on a potential FCC ban on the “Redskins” name and a report that airlines clean first class cabins more thoroughly than coach.

  2. The Wiggles children’s music empire

    WSJ celebrity business reporter Lee Hawkins and The Wiggles founding member Anthony Field on the success of the music group that makes music for children.

  3. Sen. Simpson: Obama is putting off all the wrong things

    Former Sen. Alan Simpson on U.S. foreign policy.

  4. Funny fracking ads the way to win people over?

    Environmental Policy Alliance’s Anastasia Swearingen on the organization’s fracking advertisements and the fracking industry.

  5. New documents show IRS targeting linked to Washington

    ‘True the Vote’ President Catherine Engelbrecht weighs in on the IRS scandal.

  6. Rep. Cummings accused of colluding with IRS

    Truth the Vote President Catherine Engelbrecht on the allegations Rep. Elijah Cummings colluded with the IRS to target conservative groups.

  7. Obama's Overtime Law Could Mean No More Employees for Startups

    Opinion: If the government wants to revive the American economy, it could start by getting out of the way. In the meantime, you can avoid the roadblocks by hiring a “corporation,” instead of employees.

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