Obamacare Entrepreneurs, Mid-Sized Business Administration: May 10

Obamacare Entrepreneurs, Mid-Sized Business Administration: May 10
A daily roundup of the most compelling stories about small business and entrepreneurship (Illustration by Andr?? da Loba)
Illustration by André da Loba

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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