Immigration Headaches, Bitcoin on Main Street, Barbecue Economics: July 1

Immigration Headaches, Bitcoin on Main Street, Barbecue Economics: July 1
A daily roundup of the most compelling stories about small business and entrepreneurship (Illustration by Andr?? da Loba)
Illustration by André da Loba

After the Senate passed its immigration reform bill last week, Christina Farr gathered the immigration stories of five startup founders. [VentureBeat]

More small business owners are accepting Bitcoin, writes Sarah Needleman. [Wall Street Journal]

Electronic-payments startup Clinkle, which announced a $25 million capital investment this week, is an “end-to-end Stanford production,” writes Kevin Roose. [New York]

Lauren Sherman looks at what’s working at fashion
e-commerce startups. [Business of Fashion]

Dominic Chu looks into the economics of Fourth of July barbecues (video) [Bloomberg TV] and Paul Lukas digs into the hot dog slump. [Bloomberg Businessweek]

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