Small Business in the News: April 21, 2021 Edition

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The past year has impacted different industries in different ways. Some had to make some adjustments but otherwise operated as normal. Others underwent dramatic short-term changes, but look to get back on track in the near future. And others were upended in ways that will have long-term consequences. Our top headlines this week look at all different kinds of businesses, including both short- and long-term changes.

SBA Releases New Details for Its $28.6 Billion Restaurant Revitalization Fund (Inc.)

Restaurants Fought for Covid Survival, With Some Tech Helpers (New York Times)

Could Your Empty Office Turn Into Apartments? (Slate)

8 pandemic-related interview questions you should be ready to answer (Fast Company)

New Data Shows How American Workday is Getting Longer (Small Biz Trends)

Minority-led small businesses surveyed were hit hardest by the pandemic (CNN Business)

ADP has developed a workforce-diversity tool that lets you compare your company’s progress with others (Business Insider)

How To Cultivate A Productive Startup Culture From Day One (Forbes)

If You Want to Be an Unforgettable Presenter, Master These 4 Techniques (Entrepreneur)

4 Essentials For Your New Office (SmallBizClub)


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