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Economic Development Failure, 3D Printing for Jewelers, Dorsey at the Apollo: Dec. 12


Economic Development Failure, 3D Printing for Jewelers, Dorsey at the Apollo: Dec. 12

Illustration by André da Loba

Two years ago, a pet shop called TailsSpin won a $50,000 competition to help launch in downtown Macon, Ga. At the end of the year, the store will close, reports Andy M. Drury. [Macon.com]

New York-based jeweler American Pearl used 3D printing to double its sales, writes Gabrielle Karol. [Fox Business]

Jeff Mays talks to Jack Dorsey ahead of the Square chief executive officer’s scheduled small business town hall at Harlem’s Apollo Theater next week. [DNAInfo]

Business owners who control multiple companies have an extra compliance headache from Obamacare: Their workers may be counted as employees of a single entity, J.D. Harrison writes. [Washington Post]

Anchorman 2 is more viral than the flu, says Sam Grobart (video). [Businessweek.com]

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

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