Life handed Luigi Aceto’s forebears some lemon groves on Italy’s Amalfi Coast three generations ago, reports Rachel Donadio, and the family has made a business of sour fruit on ever since. [New York Times]
Emily Maltby and Angus Loten write that the Affordable Care Act could give rise to a wave of new businesses as health exchanges let would-be entrepreneurs get coverage without having to hold onto corporate jobs. [Wall Street Journal]
The Small Business Administration wants to shift some funding away from training for new entrepreneurs to help owners of midsized businesses, according to J.D. Harrison. [Washington Post]
The House of Representative is likely to delay voting on a bill that would require businesses to collect sales tax on online transactions, writes Anita Campbell. [Small Business Trends]
Moxy Stations has installed 50 free cell-phone charging kiosks in New York and is working on expanding the service (video). [Fox Business]
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