Welcome to this week’s small business news roundup!
The United States Supreme Court’s decision affirming the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act is undoubtedly the biggest news this week, so what follows is a collection of articles that talk about the various small business owner perspectives out there.
First two other great roundups:
- This Week in Small Business: 10 Billion Video Ads: The New York Times links to articles on Microsoft’s Surface tablet, the Federal Reserve’s extension of Operation Twist, builder confidence on the rise, the surprising number of how many video advertisements Americans watched in May, and much more.
- 3 Things You Should Know About Small Business: June 27: The Street discusses Amazon’s increasing the number of states in which it collects sales tax, an agriculture technology start-up that raised over $17 million, and how furniture sales in Baltimore are rebounding.
And now, some talk of the recent Supreme Court decision and how it may affect your small business:
- On Health Care, Small Business Just Wants to Move On (Bloomberg Businessweek)
- Health reform upheld: What companies need to know (CNNMoney)
- The Supremes Deal a Blow to Small Business (Forbes)
- Small Business Owners Facing Tough Decisions in Wake of Health Care Ruling (The Huffington Post)
- What the Health Care Decision Means for Your Small Business (The Wall Street Journal)
- Mixed Small Business Reaction to Health Ruling (The Wall Street Journal)
- Small restaurant owner: Health-care ruling provides certainty, critical tax credits (The Washington Post)
- HARNED: Supreme Court ruling dooms small business (The Washington Times)
Let us know what you think of the Supreme Court’s decision in the comments!