Small Business in the News: December 17, 2020 Edition

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As we near the end of the year, small businesses across the country are looking ahead to a continuing pandemic, vaccine rollouts, and more. In this week’s top headlines for small business owners, we’ve found stories about businesses preparing for winter, tips for productivity, and retail trends. Read on!

Restaurants face bleak winter during COVID-19 (USA Today)

What Angel Investors Want To Know Before Investing In Your Startup (Forbes)

Can your boss make you get the COVID-19 vaccine? (Business Insider)

Easy Content Marketing Tips for Work From Home Owners (SmallBizClub)

10 Holiday Sales & Marketing Tips for Small Businesses to Finish 2020 Strong (Small Biz Trends)

Employers are returning to online jobs platforms at a faster rate than jobseekers (Fast Company)

The covid-era workplace: Hard questions, no easy answers (Washington Post)

Small-Business Aid Could Get Here Before Christmas (Inc.)

It’s Time to Get a Virtual Assistant. Here’s Why. (Entrepreneur)

Red Flags for Economy as Retail Sales Fall for a Second Month (New York Times)

You can reinvent yourself in a pandemic (CNN)

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