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At a hearing Tuesday, senators questioned the SBA over its claim that 22.7 percent of federal contract dollars went to small businesses in 2010.
After six years of growing what started as a $200-a-month business into a profitable full-time gig, Loper said he had no choice but to shutter his site, suddenly deprived of 70 percent of the commissions he’d earned sending customers to the big retailers via click-through ads on his site.
Hydrokinetic turbines capture the power created by the current in waves underneath the water’s surface.
One business owner, Joe Hargraves, who runs Tacolicious, says he’s received around 40 pitches over the last year from various deals services, including Groupon.
TV programmes such as The Apprentice and Dragon’s Den and the high profile of entrepreneurs, particularly those creating successful online businesses such as Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Skype, are having a profound effect on the dreams of Britain’s children.
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Surfing is enjoying a fresh surge in popularity in Spain, so it’s no wonder Surf Road Experience is offering its surfing trips every week.
The Wrongulator, from Red5, is no ordinary calculator.
Last year on this date, Rich Whittle spoke to inventor Katherine Huck about her kids’ creative construction product, the Fort-A-Ma-Jig.
His online venture is selling cut-out pieces of the teflon as memorabilia in the form of rectangles (8-by-10-inch or 3-by-4-inch), state outlines, pennants and bracelets.