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NFIB Knocks Tax Proposal, Hackers and Founders, Obamacare Enrollment Hits 4 Million: Feb. 27


NFIB Knocks Tax Proposal, Hackers and Founders, Obamacare Enrollment Hits 4 Million: Feb. 27

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The National Federation of Independent Business knocked a tax reform proposal from Michigan Republican Representative Dave Camp, reports Gabrielle Karol. [Fox Business]

Eilene Zimmerman profiles Jonathan Nelson, a former hospital nurse who founded Hackers and Founders, a networking group for software engineers. [New York Times]

Collaborative Fund founder Craig Shapiro writes that investors in his firm’s second fund include former Sequoia Capital general partner Tom McMurray and artist Shepard Fairey. [Collaborative Fund]

Four million people have enrolled in health insurance plans sold on Obamacare exchanges. [Kaiser Health News]

Build Chief Executive Officer Suzanne McKechnie Klahr says teaching disadvantaged high school students entrepreneurial skills can help keep them in school (video). [Bloomberg TV]

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

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