Obama's Budget Proposal, GE's Patent-Sharing Partnership, Florist Who Won't Sell Flowers: April 11

Obama's Budget Proposal, GE's Patent-Sharing Partnership, Florist Who Won't Sell Flowers: April 11
A daily roundup of the most compelling stories about small business and entrepreneurship (Illustration by Andr?? da Loba)
Illustration by André da Loba

J.D. Harrison looks at what President Obama’s new budget proposal means for small businesses. [Washington Post]

The list of U.S. craft beer makers that sold the most beer in 2012 looks a lot like the list of top brewers from the year before, Rachel Tepper writes. [Huffington Post]

Washington’s state attorney general filed a consumer protection suit against a florist who refused to provide flowers to a same-sex wedding, reports Kim Murphy. [Los Angeles Times]

General Electric and Quirky, an invention crowdsourcing business, are teaming up to launch a patent-sharing platform, according to Erin Griffith. [PandoDaily]

Evernote CEO Phil Libin tells Kara Swisher about his company’s international expansion (video). [AllThingsD]

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