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Immigration Headaches, Bitcoin on Main Street, Barbecue Economics: July 1


Immigration Headaches, Bitcoin on Main Street, Barbecue Economics: July 1

Illustration by André da Loba

After the Senate passed its immigration reform bill last week, Christina Farr gathered the immigration stories of five startup founders. [VentureBeat]

More small business owners are accepting Bitcoin, writes Sarah Needleman. [Wall Street Journal]

Electronic-payments startup Clinkle, which announced a $25 million capital investment this week, is an “end-to-end Stanford production,” writes Kevin Roose. [New York]

Lauren Sherman looks at what’s working at fashion
e-commerce startups. [Business of Fashion]

Dominic Chu looks into the economics of Fourth of July barbecues (video) [Bloomberg TV] and Paul Lukas digs into the hot dog slump. [Bloomberg Businessweek]

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

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