Small Business in the News: November 11, 2020 Edition

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Small business owners have had to be incredibly resilient getting through a very difficult year. Going through this crisis has given many the confidence that they’ll be able to handle whatever comes at them next. Learn about ways business owners have kept their optimism and found creative solutions, plus other top headlines this week.

Why Florida’s New $15 Minimum Wage is a Big Deal (Inc.)

82% of Entrepreneurs Feel Better Prepared to Handle a Crisis (Small Biz Trends)

Small business optimism slightly below expectations, but still strong (USA Today)

3 experts on how COVID-19 changed manufacturing and supply chains around the world (Fast Company)

While the Pandemic Wrecked Some Business, Others Did Fine (New York Times)

Spiking coronavirus cases could curb economic growth well into 2021, Dallas Fed President says (Business Insider)

Alex Trebek Taught Us to Choose Presence Over Judgment (Entrepreneur)

Customer Service Automation: Is It a Smart Investment? (SmallBizClub)

Zoom Will Increase Its Security After FTC Alleges It Misled Its Users (Slate)

Small Business Retirement Programs: A Report from California (Forbes)

Travel Companies That Are Thriving Amid the Pandemic (Washington Post)

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