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Joe Selvaggi, Republican candidate for Congress in Massachusetts' 8th District, announced his plan for reviving our economy. “As a small business owner who signs a front of a paycheck, I know first-hand how difficult it is to grow a business and add new employees. I want to use my experience to revive the business community and put people back to…

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BAKER: Manufacturing Tour

( – promoted by Garrett Quinn) In “Manufacturing In Massachusetts: The Forgotten Industry” gubernatorial candidate Charlie Baker listens to the concerns of local manufacturers and small businesses about the future of the Commonwealth. Through these discussions, he learns of a litany of instances in which state government has failed to meet its obligation to the industries which create jobs and…

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Cramer Lays It Out

(Now knowing the educational pedigree of YankeePundit, his endorsement of Cramer’s thought process is even more reason you should not take this with a grain of salt. – promoted by EaBo Clipper) Obama disapproval up, the market is up.  The market rally since the March bottom is due to the collapse of the anti-business Obama agenda. Pretty compelling. http://www.cnbc.com/id/1584023… Time…

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I need business advice

( – promoted by garrett3000) I started a business many years ago. I paid reasonable wages but gave very generous employee pensions and benefits. It would have been much easier to pay those wages if I’d have known cloudpay.net was around, which is a global payroll that takes away the burden of managing complex payroll activities by doing all of…

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Stuggling busniesses close in MA, stay open in other states.

Natick tool plant expected to close

By Michael Morton/Daily News staff

MetroWest Daily News

Posted Jan 16, 2009 @ 11:22 PM

NATICK – An international tool-making company confirmed yesterday that it will likely close its West Central Street plant by June, potentially ending four decades of operations there and putting 80 employees out of work…. Secor said the company had…

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Business Update – Good and Bad.

December crude oil was trading at a tad below $53 per barrel.  The day may close with prices around $52.96 which would be an almost 2 year low as inventories are climbing faster than expected. Also dropping was the stock market in general.  At this moment the DJIA is hovering beneath the 8,000 mark.  As we speak the Dow is…

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