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The economy, funding, and 3 other small-business challenges entrepreneurs will face in 2023, according to founders

10 days ago   |   By Business Insider

Gloria Chou, the founder and CEO of Gloria Chou PR; Kimberly Lee Minor, the founder and CEO of Bumbershoot; and Gayle Yelon, a cofounder and chief marketing officer of Montserrat New York. Gloria Chou, Kimberly Lee Minor, and Gayle Yelon
This year is poised to provide a host of challenges for both new and veteran entrepreneurs.
Insider surveyed 68 founders about their 2023 predictions and the hurdles ahead for business owners.
Their top concerns centered on the economy, funding, and marketing.
Whether you're starting or scaling a business in 2023, this year is poised to challenge both new...
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Digital Advertising Biz Faces New, Old Challenges In 2023

10 days ago   |   By Forbes

After absorbing a whole lot of digital ad industry-speak alongside the rebounding Florida Gulf Coast, there are a few prominent reefs that the industry will have to carefully navigate around in 2023 and beyond.
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EU will face fuel shortages and soaring energy prices - Hungary

EU will face fuel shortages and soaring energy prices - Hungary

The bloc agreed a price cap on Russian oil products earlier this week following heated debate EU member states will inevitably be hit by fuel shortages and skyrocketing energy... Read more ...

Schedule for Week of February 5, 2023

Schedule for Week of February 5, 2023

This will be light week for economic data. The key report this week is the December trade deficit. --- Monday, February 6th --- No major economic releases scheduled... Read more ...

Don't Be Stupid - The U.S. Economy Actually LOST 2.5 Million Jobs Last Month

Don't Be Stupid - The U.S. Economy Actually LOST 2.5 Million Jobs Last Month

I can't take it anymore. Fake numbers that are released by the government get turned into fake news by the corporate media, and many Americans don't even realize that they are... Read more ...

EU will face supply shortages after Russian oil ban - Bloomberg

EU will face supply shortages after Russian oil ban - Bloomberg

New refineries in the Middle East are reportedly facing delays With a looming ban on the supply of Russian petroleum products, the European Union needs to find alternative... Read more ...

A jury clears Elon Musk of wrongdoing related to 2018 Tesla tweets

A jury clears Elon Musk of wrongdoing related to 2018 Tesla tweets

The verdict by the nine jurors was reached after less than two hours of deliberation following a three-week trial and represents a major vindication for Musk. Read more ...

EU agrees on new price caps for Russian oil

EU agrees on new price caps for Russian oil

Limits on refined oil products will go into effect on February 5 The European Union will set the price of refined petroleum products imported from Russia at $100 per barrel for... Read more ...

Lawler: Net Home Orders and Sales Cancellations of Large Publicly-Traded...

Lawler: Net Home Orders and Sales Cancellations of Large Publicly-Traded Home Builders

Today, in the Calculated Risk Real Estate Newsletter: Lawler: Net Home Orders and Sales Cancellations of Large Publicly-Traded Home Builders A brief excerpt: Note from Bill... Read more ...

US adds a surprisingly strong 517,000 jobs despite Fed hikes

US adds a surprisingly strong 517,000 jobs despite Fed hikes

U.S. employers added a robust 517,000 jobs in January in a sign of a still-strong labor market despite Fed rate hikes. Read more ...

Fact sheet: Employers are charged with violating federal law in nearly 40%...

Fact sheet: Employers are charged with violating federal law in nearly 40% of union elections

Employers regularly employ illegal tactics to suppress unions. An analysis of the latest government data on unfair labor practice charges and union elections shows that... Read more ...

A call for data-first security

A call for data-first security

Massive data breaches and data leaks occur all too often. It's time for a new evolution of cybersecurity: data-first security. Here's why: Read more ...