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Tax Reform, Angels Slow Investments, Nasdaq's New Private Market: March 7


Republican Representative Dave Camp, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, is proposing changes to tax law to account for the large number of small businesses that pay taxes as individuals, not as corporations, reports Richard Rubin. [Bloomberg News]

More apparel companies are ditching the wholesale model and marketing to consumers directly, but it doesn’t work for everyone, reports Ian Mount. [New York Times]

The best angel investors are slowing the pace of their investments in tech startups amid a glut of seed funding, writes Tomio Geron. [Forbes]

Bleacher Report founder Bryan Goldberg says that the much-maligned business of content creation made him rich once, and he’s going to launch another content company, it’s only a matter of when. [PandoDaily]

Jan Norman checks in with a big data investor who’s at the heart of the Orange County (Calif.) tech ecosystem. Hat tip: @margotroosevelt. [Orange County Register]

Kauffman Foundation entrepreneur-in-residence Diana Kander has some advice for getting the most out of SXSW. [Huffington Post]

Nasdaq and SharesPost, a platform for buying and selling shares in private companies, are teaming up on a new exchange, according to Nick Summers. [Bloomberg Businessweek]

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Clark is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek covering small business and entrepreneurship.

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