Small Business Stories from New York Times:
Their Produce Is Pristine Enough for Picky Chefs. But They Give It Away.
9/24/2021 4:00 AM
The couple behind Carversville Farm believe that everyone deserves high-quality food, so they donate most of theirs to kitchens feeding the neediest in Philadelphia...
100 Isn’t a Magic Number, So Why Is It Part of the Vaccine Mandate?
9/18/2021 4:00 AM
The threshold of 100 employees adds to a patchwork of small-business rules. It shows up in no other major small-business laws. The reasoning behind the number is a mystery...
The Elizabeth Holmes Trial Is a Wake-Up Call for Sexism in Tech
9/17/2021 2:28 PM
In tech, brash male founders are allowed to overpromise and underdeliver, time and again. Not so much for women...
A T-Shirt Shop for the Semi-Ironic ‘Twilight’ Fan
9/7/2021 2:04 PM
BUGGIRL200 started out as an inside joke. But easy-to-use e-commerce platforms like Shopify have made it possible to turn such jokes into full-fledged businesses...
In Silicon Valley, Criminal Prosecutors See No Evil
9/17/2021 4:37 PM
The Elizabeth Holmes fraud trial is set to be a major spectacle, but tech executives generally get a pass when it comes to wrongdoing...
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