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Mobile Cash Advances, Internet Sales Tax, Tornado-Proof House: Nov. 20


Mobile Cash Advances, Internet Sales Tax, Tornado-Proof House: Nov. 20

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( Corrects to clarify findings of SBA study in the third paragraph.)

How to start a high-tech business in the English countryside. [Daily Mail]

Cash for your business through a mobile app? Kabbage, a startup that advances working capital to small businesses, wants to make it happen, Sarah Perez reports. [TechCrunch]

A Small Business Administration Office of Advocacy analysis finds that exempting small sellers from an Internet sales tax would allow most online retailers to not collect the tax, but it wouldn’t help most of the top e-commerce companies. [SBA]

A guide to navigating the holidays for startups, by Sarah E. Needleman. [Wall Street Journal]

Watch: A Hong Kong architecture firm designed a house on hydraulic lifts that’s intended to survive tornadoes. [Bloomberg TV]

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

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