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Dinah Wisenberg Brin

Dinah Wisenberg Brin

Dinah Wisenberg Brin is a freelance writer based in Philadelphia. She has covered business, politics, healthcare and general news for wire services, newspapers, blogs and other publications.

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Obamacare

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Growth Strategies

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Entrepreneurs

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Starting a Business

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Growth Strategies

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worth-knowing

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Growth Strategies

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Growth Strategies

Health Care Reform: Procrastinate No More

2014 requirements for businesses remain, despite the recent penalty delay. Understand what you should be doing now to prepare for Obamacare.
Starting a Business

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Growth Strategies

Your Obamacare Confusion Is an Insurance Broker's Opportunity

Health reform's complexities have spurred some brokers to re-boot their approach to clients.
Growth Strategies

Questions About Health Reforms? Ask the SBA

The agency has trained partners and employees to guide businesses through the upcoming health care reforms.
Starting a Business

College Entrepreneurs to Compete for Big Money Prizes at Rice University

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Growth Strategies

Some Small Businesses See Obamacare as Welcome Relief

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Growth Strategies

Small Businesses Continue to Air -- and Vent -- Obamacare Opinions

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