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Suing a Flooded Wine Cellar, Shuttering Maxwell’s, Predicting Autism Risk: July 23


Suing a Flooded Wine Cellar, Shuttering Maxwell’s, Predicting Autism Risk: July 23

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A New York wine storage business is facing lawsuits—and bankruptcy—after its warehouse flooded during Hurricane Sandy, writes Charles V. Bagli. [New York Times]

Louisville-based Cuddle Clones makes stuffed-animal replicas of house pets, writes Kevin Eigelbach. [Upstart Business Journal]

Craig Marks and Rob Tannenbaum have an oral history of Maxwell’s, a little Hoboken (N.J.) bar that hosted such big acts as R.E.M. and Nirvana. The music venue is going out of business. [New York]

SynapDx, which is developing a test to predict the risk of autism among young children, raised $15.4 million in venture capital from Google Ventures (GOOG) and other investors, writes Timothy Hay. [Dow Jones]

Acclivity co-founder Scott Davisson talks about his company’s point-of-sale system and the software needs of small businesses (video). [Bloomberg Television]

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

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