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Student Loans Drag On Entrepreneurs, Anti-Spying Apps, Delivering E-commerce: June 10


Student Loans Drag On Entrepreneurs, Anti-Spying Apps, Delivering E-commerce: June 10

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America’s $1 trillion in collective student loan debt keeps young people from launching businesses, reports Meera Louis. [Bloomberg News]

Low-wage workers may not buy health insurance next year, despite subsidies and penalties in the Affordable Care Act, writes Emily Maltby. [Wall Street Journal]

A gay couple is pursuing a discrimination complaint against a Colorado baker who refused to make them a wedding cake, according to Ivan Moreno. [Associated Press]

After reports that the National Security Agency has been collecting data from Internet companies, it’s a good time to be a startup that sells software to prevent users from being spied on, writes Kevin Roose. [New York]

Shutl Chief Executive Officer Tom Allason says delivery is crucial to getting an e-commerce site’s customers to return in the future (video). [Bloomberg Television]

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

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