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Small Business Congress Early-Bird Deadline Extended

Small Business Congress Early-Bird Deadline Extended

NSBA has just extended to Jan. 26 its early-bird discount deadline for the 2015 Small Business Congress, held in Phoenix, Arizona Feb. 19-20, where attendees will explore the intersection economic policy and business best practices.

Obama Addresses Cybersecurity

Earlier this week, President Barack Obama discussed the importance of cybersecurity and highlighted several initiatives he’s working to craft aimed at improving American’s online security.

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Election Analysis: Capital, Contracting, Patents and Cybersecurity

The Republican take-over of the Senate could have lasting effects on issues including access to capital, federal contracting reform, patents and cybersecurity.

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NSBA Remembers Small Biz Champion Roland Tibbetts

NSBA and the Small Business Technology Council—the high tech arm of NSBA—honor the legacy of Roland Tibbetts, who passed away last week.

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My Experience with Nextiva’s Business Phone System

Small-business owner and author Mike Michalowicz details how switching from traditional phone service to VoIP provider Nextiva helped his business bottom line and could help yours.

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House Committee Examines SBIR Program

Last week, the House Committee on Small Business held a hearing, “Oversight of the Small Business Innovation Research and Small Business Technology Transfer Programs – Part II” to examine how the SBIR and STTR programs are working.

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House Subcommittee Hearing on Patent Demand Letters

The House Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Commerce, Manufacturing, and Trade will hold a hearing tomorrow to examine the issue of fraudulent patent demand letters.

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Senate Judiciary Expected to Mark Up Patent Reform Bill

The Senate Judiciary Committee is set to mark up the Patent Transparency and Improvements Act, which includes a number of provisions of interest and concern to NSBA, including bad faith demand letters, fee shifting and heightened pleading standards.

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Patent Reform Garners Attention in Senate, White House

Patent reform has been front-and-center with NSBA urging the Senate to move cautiously on patent legislation, and the White House holding a targeted meeting to discuss the U.S. patenting process.

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State of the Union: What it Means for Small Biz

On Tuesday, Jan. 28, President Barack Obama delivered his State of the Union Address which held good and bad implications for America’s small businesses, but was light on details and specifics.

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