What Small Business Is Reading and Watching

Nas on Ben Horowitz, Ignoring Online Reviews, Van Sales Show Optimism: Feb. 28

The White House is turning to third-party enrollment services to smooth out the process of buying health plans on healthcare.gov, according to Brian Fung. [Washington Post]

Miguel Helft interviews Nas about the rapper’s friendship with venture capitalist Ben Horowitz. [Fortune]

Consumers put a lot of stock in online reviews when choosing where to shop or dine. Small business owners, on the other hand, tend to ignore them, according to a survey from the online marketing company Yodle. [Yodle]

Automakers are selling more vans in the U.S., writes Tom Krisher. That’s a good sign that small business owners are feeling better about the economy. [Associated Press]

Do you still carry business cards? If so, Graphic D-Signs President Dan Antonelli has tips on designing a good one (video). [Fox Business]

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

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