Monday Links: Insurers Respond to Congress

Posted by: John Tozzi on December 21, 2009

Health insurers deny that they’ve raised premiums on small businesses in anticipation of reform. The NY Times’s Reed Abelson posts Congress’s questions and the industry’s response at the paper’s Prescriptions blog.

You can find crucial business intelligence in databases and other services through your local library, Becky McCray writes at Small Biz Survival.

Congress is extending stimulus-package guarantees on SBA loans, Kent Hoover reports at Portfolio.com.

More bankers — this week from community banks — are visiting the White House to talk about easing credit for small businesses, Dow Jones’s Jessica Holzer reports.

Etsy founder Rob Kalin, who stepped aside as CEO a year and a half ago, is returning to lead the company, paidContent’s David Kaplan writes.

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