Now, more than two years since its passage, nationwide market reforms and other provisions of the Affordable Care Act are already benefiting small businesses and consumers alike. In so doing, they are reinventing what it means to purchase healthcare in America.
Only one letter separates word from work. Words, ideas, thoughts can become the basis for work. By concentrating on and working the pivot points, we can translate concepts into action and get America working again. Let's get to work!
In a world of multiple crises, sub-optimal solutions, and a lack of urgency from our elected officials, the X PRIZE's mission of seeking bold answers to our biggest challenges is essential, inspiring, and -- hopefully -- contagious.
You would think that the Supreme Court's ruling might end the debate about health care and allow Congress to focus on creating jobs. But it won't because GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney and the Republicans want to repeal it.
Imagine if you'd been paid for all those years in front of the tube. You'd be load-ed. Well, now you can reap real benefits for your commitment, if not quite a paycheck. Viggle, a Union Square based startup.
The JOBS Act at least has initiated a shift from heavier regulation to smarter regulation -- regulation that strikes a good balance between protecting investors and stimulating a more robust, fluid, and effective capital market.
At what point did smart, independent, risk-taking small business people suddenly start blaming all of their problems on uncertainty? Isn't uncertainty an historical part of running any business? A big part?