Can't Pay Taxes; Insurers Blamed for Obamacare Delays; North Korean Beer: April 15By
Kenneth Savell explains what to do when you can’t pay your taxes. [Bloomberg News] Plus, various writers offer about a dozen more tax stories and advice columns for small employers and self-employed individuals. [Bloomberg Businessweek]
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius says that the Obama administration delayed the introduction of some health-care exchanges after receiving feedback from insurers and other parties, reports Alex Wayne. [Bloomberg News]
It’s hard to get a beer in North Korea. That sounded like a business opportunity to some Chinese entrepreneurs, reports Jon Ruwitch, but gaining approval from the Pyongyang government proved futile. [Reuters]
Investors have showed a healthy appetite for startups that sell groceries online, according to Lora Kolodny. [Wall Street Journal]
Ariel Schwartz writes about a site—called “I love blue sea”—that enables retail customers to buy seafood directly from fishermen. [Fast Company]
Larry DelGrago’s family business has been refurbishing Parker shotguns for four generations (video) [CNN Money]
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