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E-Commerce for Fashion Wholesalers, Obamacare Delay, Software for Pot: April 8


E-Commerce for Fashion Wholesalers, Obamacare Delay, Software for Pot: April 8

Illustration by André da Loba

Erin Griffith writes that Joor, a platform that connects apparel brands with retailers, is one of the companies at the forefront of the business-to-business e-commerce boom. [PandoDaily]

The California state legislature is getting ready to take up two bills that would spare some small business owners from a retroactive tax, Aaron Burgin reports. [U-T San Diego]

Sarah Kliff says that the Obama administration’s plans to delay the introduction of state health insurance exchanges won’t affect the overall success of the Affordable Care Act. [Washington Post]

Drake Baer riffs on a report that describes open offices as a revolt against Nazism. [Fast Company]

A company called MJ Freeway is providing a business software platform for the medical marijuana industry (video). [CNNMoney]

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

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