Joshua Kurlantzick

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Borderline Issues

All is quiet on the immigration front--for now. But can small-business owners pull together to help bring about desperately needed changes?
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The Race Is On

What might the presidential candidates do for you?
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In With the New

What might the new Congress do for you?
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Broken Bridges

For entrepreneurs, the real trade barriers lie close to home.
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Is Washington Forgetting About Entrepreneurs?

Is anyone in Washington paying attention to entrepreneurs?
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Troubled Waters

It's been a year of scandal, criticism and change at the SBA.
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Lending a Hand?

Small-business contracting post-Katrina sparks debate.
Exploring New Markets

Landing a Government Contract

Winning a contract with your state or federal government is tough--but it can be done. Learn from these entrepreneurs and Uncle Sam could become your biggest client.

Selling to the Federal Government

Landing government contracts is tough--but it can be done. Learn from these entrepreneurs and Uncle Sam could become your biggest client.
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Requisite Relief

What can Congress do to help small businesses hit by the hurricanes?
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In or Out?

The immigration issue is as hot as ever, but it's no longer just a partisan debate.
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Rescue Mission

Can American entrepreneurs help solve social ills?
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Trade Crusade

Can congress help small businesses compete globally?

You Can Make It Anywhere

Here's the info you need to source your product overseas and keep it from being lost in translation.
International Growth

Finding International Product Sources

Arm yourself with the information and advice you need for sourcing your product overseas so your effort doesn't get lost in translation.
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Lead Buzz 06/05

Bonding in the kitchen, losing vacation days and more
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Health of a Nation

Entrepreneurs are sick of sky-high health insurance premiums, and the government is scrambling for reform. But can Uncle Sam save the deteriorating state of health care?
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United Nation

Post-election, can the parties reach out to entrepreneurs on the issues that matter most?
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Eminent Danger

Cash-strapped cities use entrepreneurs' property to lure big businesses.
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Management Buzz 01/05

Keep up to do with COBRA, stop fearing exporting and more
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Word on the Street

Scandal-ridden investment houses are leaving gaps in the financial market, and savvy entrepreneurs are jumping at the chance to fill them. How will this trend shape the new face of Wall Street?
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Regulation Nation

How can government ease the regulatory burdens that are crushing entrepreneurs?
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Race to the Top

Ask not what the presidential candidates can do for you--ask what they can do for your business. We look at the issues shaping President Bush's and Senator Kerry's entrepreneurial agendas.
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Trading Up?

Free trade deals offer a world of possibility for entrepreneurs.
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Taking Charge

Should government help entrepreneurs create jobs, or just get out of their way?
Leadership

Ready to Rumble?

Today's economy is in a turnaround, but we need entrepreneurs to keep the momentum going. Get your company geared up to take on the challenge.
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New World Order

The European Union will soon be a bigger cash cow.
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Mixed Messages

Is California driving away businesses--or setting an example for other states?
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Health of a Nation

The debate rages on about the cure for America's rising health insurance costs.
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The Sun Also Rises

Is a revival on the horizon for Japan's economy? That may be good news for you.

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