Small Business in the News: September 18, 2020 Edition

Wondering what’s new in the world of small business? What news and reports have come out that could impact you? Trends that you should know about? Insights that you might be able to put to work? We’ve got you covered! Read up here on the top news for small businesses this week.

Americans who can afford to hoard cash are waiting for a vaccine to spend it (Washington Post)

Fed vows to keep rates near zero until inflation tops 2%, likely keeping meager rates 4 to 5 years (USA Today)

Americans Keep Spending, but Growth of Retail Sales Slows (New York Times)

Nearly 1 in 4 New Business Owners Plan to Use a 100% Remote Workforce (Small Biz Trends)

How This 24 Year Old Entrepreneur Pulled Off a Coronavirus Pivot Before His Company Even Launched (Inc.)

9 Reasons to Start an Online Side Hustle in 2020 (Entrepreneur)

Is It Smart to Start a Business in 2020? (Fast Company)

Alicia Keys and NFL Partner to Launch $1 Billion Fund to Support Black-Owned Businesses (Forbes)

Why Employees Don’t Report Workplace Misconduct to HR (Business Insider)

4 Ways Your Business Can Prioritize Training (SmallBizClub)


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