Obama's Budget Proposal, GE's Patent-Sharing Partnership, Florist Who Won't Sell Flowers: April 11

Illustration by André da Loba

J.D. Harrison looks at what President Obama’s new budget proposal means for small businesses. [Washington Post]

The list of U.S. craft beer makers that sold the most beer in 2012 looks a lot like the list of top brewers from the year before, Rachel Tepper writes. [Huffington Post]

Washington’s state attorney general filed a consumer protection suit against a florist who refused to provide flowers to a same-sex wedding, reports Kim Murphy. [Los Angeles Times]

General Electric and Quirky, an invention crowdsourcing business, are teaming up to launch a patent-sharing platform, according to Erin Griffith. [PandoDaily]

Evernote CEO Phil Libin tells Kara Swisher about his company’s international expansion (video). [AllThingsD]

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