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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