Building Obamacare Exchanges, Gun Shop Adapts, Tech Bubble Advice: Sept. 26

Building Obamacare Exchanges, Gun Shop Adapts, Tech Bubble Advice: Sept. 26
A daily roundup of the most compelling stories for small business and entrepreneurs (Illustration by Andr?? da Loba)
Illustration by André da Loba

Eric Molinsky reports on the firms building the technology to support New York’s Obamacare exchanges. [WNYC]

A Maryland gun shop is selling off stock after the state passed stricter gun-control laws, writes Krishana Davis. [Baltimore Sun]

Sam Altman, founder of social networking startup Loopt, writes that “good companies can make incredible strides” when a tech bubble busts. [Sam Altman]

San Jose microlender Opportunity Fund won a $1.3 million grant from the Treasury’s Community Development Financial Institution, writes Lauren Hepler. [Silicon Valley Business Journal]

With Obamacare exchanges set to open next week, the Manhattan Institute’s Avik Roy and New York Presbyterian’s Herbert Pardes debate the Affordable Care Act (video). [Bloomberg Television]

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