Founders Flash

This week’s articles highlight the impact of minimum wage increases on businesses, explore why U.S. entrepreneurs are going back to Korea, and look at small business projections and start-up trends for 2012.

As Wages Rise, Tough Choices – Sarah Needleman, Wall Street Journal

Small businesses, already on a tight budget, are looking for new ways to cut costs as they brace for minimum wage increases in several U.S. states next month.

The Returnees – Max Chafkin, Inc.

Seoul is home to a burgeoning corps of young entrepreneurs, a shocking number of them born or educated in America. Why aren't they starting companies here?

Small Business Outlook for 2012: Business as Usual? - Rieva Lesonsky, Small Business Trends

The results of a survey on business projections for the coming year.

10 Hot Startup Sectors for New Business Ideas in 2012 – Entrepreneur

Sectors to get in on while they're trending up.

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