Topic - Small Business

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Little Mogadishu in the All-America City? Somali entrepreneurship in Willmar, Minnesota

Somali immigrants encounter acceptance and some challenges as they establish businesses in a small city in central Minnesota.
Nima Hassan
October 2011 - Community Dividend

A health check for the job-laying goose

The recession has been rough on business, particularly new ones and their related employment. Can they rebound?
Ronald A. Wirtz
July 2011 - fedgazette

Hardly child's play

Times have been even tougher than usual for district child-care providers
Rob Grunewald, Phil Davies
July 2011 - fedgazette

Standing receives Minority Small Business Champion Award

July 2011 - Community Dividend

Businesses see expansion over the next four quarters

Business Outlook Poll
Toby Madden
June 2011 - fedgazette

Hispanic entrepreneurship grows, but barriers persist

Despite recent progress, Hispanic-owned firms lag behind in some respects. Fortunately, federal and nonprofit agencies offer programs designed to help close the gap.
Michou Kokodoko
April 2011 - Community Dividend

Businesses are optimistic for 2011

Business Outlook Poll
Toby Madden
December 2010 - fedgazette

Mild Ninth District recovery expected to warm up

District Economic Outlook
Toby Madden, Rob Grunewald
December 2010 - fedgazette

One order of confidence, please

Businesses in the Ninth District appear more confident, but economic and political concerns remain
Ronald A. Wirtz
December 2010 - fedgazette

Roll out the (wine) barrel

Winemaking is an emerging niche market in the district
Phil Davies
November 2010 - fedgazette

Sizing Up Job Creation

Are small businesses truly the engine of job growth? It depends on how you look at it
Phil Davies
September 2010 - The Region

Come and get it—please

Banks and credit unions say they have money to lend, but credit markets are still struggling for a variety of reasons.
Ronald A. Wirtz
July 2010 - fedgazette

Fed Governor Duke tours Minneapolis marketplaces

On a recent visit, Federal Reserve Governor Elizabeth Duke toured two culturally diverse marketplaces that have helped revitalize their surrounding neighborhoods.
July 2010 - Community Dividend

Starting up when the economy's down: A snapshot of Minnesota's new entrepreneurs

During the recent recession, when most people tightened their belts and took fewer financial risks, thousands of entrepreneurs mustered their courage and decided to try business ownership.
Michou Kokodoko
July 2010 - Community Dividend

Despite uncertainty, moderate economic growth expected

Toby Madden, Rob Grunewald
June 2010 - fedgazette

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