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Cashing In on Green Juice, New IRS Audit Targets, Bitcoin on the Farm: Nov. 13


Cashing In on Green Juice, New IRS Audit Targets, Bitcoin on the Farm: Nov. 13

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Entrepreneurs are cashing in on consumers’ thirst for $10 bottles of green juice, Katherine Rosman reports. [Wall Street Journal]

Want to make money by yapping on Facebook (FB) about the stuff you buy? This startup has you covered, writes John Koetsier. [VentureBeat]

The IRS is training more auditors to examine partnerships, including complex firms that have tens of thousands of partners, Lydia Beyoud reports. [Bloomberg BNA]

Small business optimism sank last month as the government shut down and healthcare.gov stumbled. [NFIB]

Watch: A few small farms are accepting Bitcoin—at least after documentary makers pitched them on it at a farmers’ market in Utah (story and video). [NPR]

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John_tozzi
Tozzi is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek in New York.

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