Friday, May 04, 2012
You can have a vision and take risks without being fool-hardy. Kelle Olwyler joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the difference between begin risk averse and being responsible with risk taking.
Small businesses are working hard to improve the Greece’s financial crisis. Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to report on the resilience, persistence and optimism of small businesses in Greece.
The U.S. cannot continue on its present financial trajectory and continue to undermine small businesses. Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to report on Europe as an economic forecaster for the U.S. and the dangers of not addressing the national debt.
What is the SBE Council doing in Washington on behalf of small businesses? Karen Kerrigan joins Jim Blasingame to report on the SBE Council’s efforts in Washington on extending tax cuts and diffusing high energy costs.
Half of all sales are influenced by some aspect of the Internet. Aaron Shapiro joins Jim Blasingame to explain why your next generation of customers are coming from a community of online users.
When trial lawyers find a new cash cow in state-sponsored litigation small business loses. Jim Copland joins Jim Blasingame to discuss the questionable practice of state attorneys general hiring litigation firms to do the state's work on a contingency basis.
Employers avoid states known for cozy relationships between the attorney general and law firms. Jim Copland joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how a state’s out-of-control litigation climate affects small businesses from insurance costs to loss of business opportunity.
Has your state adopted the Private Attorney Retention Sunshine Act (PARSA)? Jim Copland joins Jim Blasingame to discuss how PARSA reforms state contracts with independent law firms, creating a more business-friendly environment.