Small Business in the News: August 20th, 2020 Edition

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Another week, another busy time for small businesses. In the midst of the Covid-19 pandemic, entrepreneurs and business owners continue to innovate and find creative solutions to run safely and successfully. Check out the articles behind the headlines below for some of the top news, features, and insights for small business this week!

Postal problems could continue despite suspension of policies blamed for mail delays (Washington Post)

Behind the Wild and Sometimes Wacky Facemask Economy (Inc)

Surprising COVID-19 side effect: More companies adopt the 4-day workweek (Fast Company)

Here’s One Way to Help Small Businesses Survive (Bloomberg)

Retail Sales Rise for Third Month, Though Growth Slows (New York Times)

7 Ways to Check Your Bias When Evaluating Your Team (Entrepreneur)

The death of the office has been greatly exaggerated (Market Watch)

The Pivot Pandemic: How Small Business Owners Adapt (SmallBizClub)

Small Business Bank Loan Approval Rates Improving, New Biz2Credit Data Shows (Small Biz Trends)

11 Ways to Transform Your Terrible Zoom Meetings (Forbes)


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