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Entrepreneurs go from silent dances to aiding elders

...silent disco party at a large university or a 10-person audience at a senior living community, the excitement of our users always makes all the hard work seem worthwhile.” NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/2016/04/19/entrepreneurs-go-from-silent-dances-to-aiding-elders/

Billions in Change fights poverty with inventions

...and say, ‘Okay what’s next?’” Daniel Huizinga is a columnist for Opportunity Lives covering business and politics. Follow him on Twitter @HuizingaDaniel. This article first appeared on Opportunity Lives. NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/2016/04/19/billions-in-change-fights-poverty-with-inventions/

In praise of Barbara Anderson

...age. We will always remember and thank her for that. Michael Gendre and Nicolas Sanchez, coauthors of “Aligning Values and Politics: Empowerment versus Entitlement,” University of America Press, 2016. NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/blogs/in-praise-of-barbara-anderson/

The Sunday premium wage: A ‘blue law’ not even the Puritans would like

...David G. Tuerck David G. Tuerck is executive director of the Beacon Hill Institute and professor of economics at Suffolk University. Brittany Turner is a graduating senior at Suffolk. NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/2016/04/19/the-sunday-premium-wage-a-blue-law-not-even-the-puritans-would-like/

R.I. brewer’s attempt to ease beer laws has opponents foaming

...breweries in Rhode Island have an annual economic impact of about $160 million, which ranks 48th in the nation, according to the Brewers Association, which advocates for craft brewers. NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/2016/04/14/r-i-brewers-attempt-to-ease-beer-laws-has-opponents-foaming/

As minimum wage marches toward $15, small businesses adapt

...it was important to create a positive atmosphere for their workers. “We just went ahead and did it right away. There’s no reason to slowly implement it,” Erickson says. NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/2016/04/13/as-minimum-wage-marches-toward-15-small-businesses-adapt/

Which states are poised for economic growth? New report explores

...Foundation distinguished fellow Stephen Moore. Daniel Huizinga is a columnist for Opportunity Lives covering business and politics. Follow him on Twitter @HuizingaDaniel. This article first appeared on Opportunity Lives. NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/2016/04/12/which-states-are-poised-for-economic-growth-new-report-explores/

Let the market, not government, determine leave policies

...this program in Massachusetts, other states, or at the national level. Hadley Heath Manning is a senior policy analyst for the Independent Women’s Forum. Read her past columns here. NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/2016/04/12/let-the-market-not-government-determine-leave-policies/

Taxpayers beware: Tax software may end up costing more than you think

...Just remember, the tax return is yours and should be based on your judgments, not the software’s. William Brink, Assistant Professor of Accountancy, Farmer School of Business, Miami University NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/2016/04/12/taxpayers-beware-tax-software-may-end-up-costing-more-than-you-think/

The most important woman in the history of Massachusetts?

...tale. Abigail Adams would be proud. Massachusetts taxpayers can be grateful. Ira Stoll Ira Stoll is editor of FutureOfCapitalism.com and author of JFK, Conservative. Read his past columns here. NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/2016/04/11/the-most-important-woman-in-the-history-of-massachusetts/

Free trade, economic freedom and the election

...of protectionism, grant government more market control. Matthew Goldberg Matthew Goldberg is a recent Political Science graduate from UMass-Amherst and lives in Quincy. He can be reached at [email protected] NBPEconomic......

https://newbostonpost.com/blogs/free-trade-economic-freedom-and-the-election/