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Building Obamacare Exchanges, Gun Shop Adapts, Tech Bubble Advice: Sept. 26


Building Obamacare Exchanges, Gun Shop Adapts, Tech Bubble Advice: Sept. 26

Illustration by André da Loba

Eric Molinsky reports on the firms building the technology to support New York’s Obamacare exchanges. [WNYC]

A Maryland gun shop is selling off stock after the state passed stricter gun-control laws, writes Krishana Davis. [Baltimore Sun]

Sam Altman, founder of social networking startup Loopt, writes that “good companies can make incredible strides” when a tech bubble busts. [Sam Altman]

San Jose microlender Opportunity Fund won a $1.3 million grant from the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institution, writes Lauren Hepler. [Silicon Valley Business Journal]

With Obamacare exchanges set to open next week, the Manhattan Institute’s Avik Roy and New York Presbyterian’s Herbert Pardes debate the Affordable Care Act (video). [Bloomberg Television]

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

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