It's been busy out there in the world this week. Agricultural industries have been showing interest in new technology to make farming far simpler. Major financial institutions have decided to take on personal finance startups over security concerns. And developers' environmental impacts will be a decision for the people. Check out what's happening this week in the news.
This week, there is a lot that affects small businesses in the Golden State. Chipped credit cards become the mandatory standard in card processing. Micro-loans get identified as not only a necessity in the US, but also a growing availability. And it looks like there is some realization that minimum wage laws impact more than just the employees earning the new wage, and the "Most Liberal Chamber of Commerce in America" is even beginning to realize that. Here's what's happening this week.
For the month of April we will be running our 30 Days of Answers series, where we answer 30 of the biggest questions people have for us before they do business with us. Today is day fourteen: If I Have A Tight Budget, Can You Help Me?