Cities Offering Discounted Pop-Up Spaces to Fill Retail Vacancies

Some big cities are getting creative to fill vacant retail and office space in their commercial districts. And it’s leading to increased opportunities for small businesses. For example, Seattle Restored is a program that offers pop-up spaces for retail, events,...

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Spotlight: Just Jai Wear Founder Speaks on Importance of Mental Health in Business

Taking care of mental health is an important part of life as a business owner. But sometimes, issues arise that may impact your business journey. In fact, the founder of Just Jai Wear understands how mental health can impact...

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YouTube Introduces New Feature to Add Contextual Notes to Videos

YouTube is introducing a new feature to add contextual notes to videos. This experimental feature allows users to provide relevant and timely information on videos. Examples include clarifying that a song is a parody, noting a new product version...

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Adobe and TikTok Integrate Music Library into Adobe Express

Adobe and TikTok have teamed up to integrate TikTok’s Commercial Music Library into Adobe Express via the Symphony Assistant add-on. This collaboration will empower small businesses and content creators to produce high-impact TikTok content with ease. Announced at the...

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“Buy Now, Pay Later” Services Subject to Consumer Protection Rules

“Buy now, pay later” services are popular among consumers and can help small businesses make more sales. Now, a recent rule issued by the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau offers more protections for consumers who use these services and, thus,...

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Adobe Faces Lawsuit Over Hidden Fees and Subscription Cancellation Issues

The Justice Department and the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) have initiated a civil enforcement action against Adobe Inc. and two of its executives. The lawsuit, filed in the U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California, alleges that...

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NY Woman Pleads Guilty to COVID-19 Vaccine Fraud Scheme

A New York woman has pleaded guilty to charges related to a COVID-19 vaccine fraud scheme. Kathleen Breault, 66, of Cambridge, admitted to destroying over 2,600 COVID-19 vaccines and issuing an equivalent number of fraudulent vaccination record cards. Breault,...

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SF Mayoral Candidate Wants to Be Called “Small Business Owner” Despite $100 Million Firm

San Francisco mayoral candidate Mark Farrell wants to be described as a “small business owner” on the upcoming ballot. However, he runs a $100 million venture capital firm. This revelation comes as Farrell recently filed his paperwork to officially run...

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Small Business Owners Advocate in D.C. for Key Tax and Reporting Changes

Small business owners from across the country gathered in Washington, D.C., for the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) annual Fly-In event on Capitol Hill. This event brings together small business advocates to discuss critical issues directly with lawmakers....

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iPadOS 18: New Calculator, Handwriting Tools, and Apple Intelligence

Apple has unveiled iPadOS 18, introducing a range of new features designed to improve the iPad experience. These updates include a new Calculator app with Math Notes, advanced handwriting tools in Notes, and more customization options for the Home...

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