Topic - Small Business

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A new economic era for Native communities

In remarks delivered at the 2007 South Dakota Indian Business Conference, Elsie Meeks encourages American Indians to look to the future and recognize that they cannot build sovereign, independent nati
Elsie Meeks
July 2007 - Community Dividend

A word about do-it-yourselfers

Firms without employees offer insights and caveats to the trends of small business.
Ronald A. Wirtz
July 2007 - fedgazette

Business Registrations—Ninth District States

July 2007 - fedgazette

It's a jungle out there

The economic Darwinism of small business.
Ronald A. Wirtz
July 2007 - fedgazette

Professional services firms expect businesses to keep spending, consumers to reduce spending

Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis annual survey of professional service firms.
Toby Madden
July 2007 - fedgazette

Small Business Trends—Ninth District States

July 2007 - fedgazette

The state of small business: Small is tough, but still beautiful

Though competitive pressures are seemingly everywhere, small businesses continue to anchor local and state economies.
Ronald A. Wirtz
July 2007 - fedgazette

What is a small business?

July 2007 - fedgazette

Microenterprise development in the U.S.: Past, present and future

To learn more about the history of microenterprise development organizations in the U.S. and the challenges these organizations face, Community Dividend spoke with Elaine Edgcomb, director of the Aspe
Michou Kokodoko
May 2007 - Community Dividend

Minneapolis launches Alternative Financing Program

May 2007 - Community Dividend

African American enterprises on the rise in Minnesota

Minnesota's African American entrepreneurs are likely to face a host of challenges that threaten to block their path to success. Fortunately, a network of organizations is ready to support African Am
Michou Kokodoko
November 2006 - Community Dividend

Newly formed business alliance promotes Montana's "Indianpreneurs"

The newly formed Montana Indian Business Alliance focuses on strengthening tribal sovereignty and economies by drawing attention to the important role the private sector can play in Indian Country.
Sue Woodrow
November 2006 - Community Dividend

Crow Nation is first to adopt model secured transactions code

July 2006 - Community Dividend

Tribal-citizen entrepreneurship: What does it mean for Indian Country, and how can tribes support it?

A condensed version of a speech Professor Cornell delivered at the Montana Indian Business Conference in Great Falls, Mont., on February 2, 2006.
Stephen Cornell
July 2006 - Community Dividend

A super model: New secured transaction code offers legal uniformity, economic promise for Indian Country

A recently completed model law that covers a type of commerce called "secured transactions" could provide the legal structure and consistency American Indian tribes need to facilitate borrowing from o
Paula Woessner
March 2006 - Community Dividend

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