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Immigration Reform, Cyber-Attack Insurance, Selling Diamonds to Warren Buffett: April 17


Immigration Reform, Cyber-Attack Insurance, Selling Diamonds to Warren Buffett: April 17

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AOL co-founder Steve Case writes that a Senate proposal for comprehensive immigration reform is a “significant step toward improving the environment for entrepreneurship in the U.S.” [Revolution]

Small Business Administration chief Karen Mills breaks down data on more than 28 million U.S. small businesses in the first of a series of blog posts. [Washington Post]

Insurance protecting companies from cyber attacks hasn’t taken off because insurance carriers have a difficult time pricing risk, Caron Carlson reports. [FierceCIO]

Small business owners can learn a lot from spies, writes former CIA officer J.C. Carleson. [Entrepreneur]

Thom Ruhe interviews former Helzberg Diamonds Chief Executive Officer Barnett Helzberg Jr. about selling the family business to Warren Buffett. [Entrepreneurship.org]

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

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