Job Openings Rose, Lessons on China, Bonobos Shops That Don't Sell: March 13

Job openings increased in January, according to the Labor Dept., and fewer workers were fired than in any month in data going back 12 years, writes Alex Kowalski. [Bloomberg News]

Small business hiring plans have lagged behind the pace of the recovery, Sam Ro explains with a chart. [Business Insider]

Adam Bluestein talks to microbrewer Sun King Brewing as it weighs Obamacare options. [Inc.]

Randy Myers interviews Selling to China author Stanley Chao on doing business in the world’s second-largest economy. [Business on Main]

Men’s clothing retailer Bonobos is opening shops that don’t sell anything, writes Oliver St. John. Customers can try on clothes or seek the advice of a salesperson, then order what they like online. [USA Today]

Jon Erlichman reports from SXSW on how Twitter is marketing itself as a marketing tool. [Bloomberg Television]

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