Seattle’s Minimum Wage, Borrowing Too Much, Productivity Hacks: Jan. 22

Seattle???s Minimum Wage, Borrowing Too Much, Productivity Hacks: Jan. 22
A daily roundup of compelling stories for small business owners and entrepreneurs (Illustration by Andr?? da Loba)
Illustration by André da Loba

Some business owners are asking Seattle Mayor Ed Murray to exempt small shops from a proposal to increase the minimum wage to $15 an hour, writes Essex Porter. [KIRO TV]

Paul Davidson reports on signs that the borrowing environment is improving for small business owners. [USA Today]

Wall Street banks are increasingly catering to closely held technology startups, writes Serena Saitto. [Bloomberg News]

Ami Kassar explains why entrepreneurs sabotage themselves by borrowing too much money. [Wall Street Journal]

LinkedIn executive editor Daniel Roth shares ideas, collected from successful business leaders, on how to be more productive (video). [Bloomberg TV]

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