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ClouDhiti Launches AI Apps to Empower SMBs with AI - MarTech Series

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Politics drive Georgia's reopening gamble as coronavirus cases rise - The Guardian

Pork producer says it needs flexibility on virus guidelines - Daily Herald

New Census, new tools for business during pandemic - Chamber Business News

Engage Brands acquires Boston Market | 2020-04-30 - Food Business News

US jobless claims soar past 30 million; Europe reeling also - Madison.com

With rural Kansas looking to reopen, doctor remains nervous - Daily Herald

GOP rejects Michigan's virus order; Whitmer unfazed - Daily Herald

Report: Mexico's Economy Plunges Deeper Into Recession - U.S. News & World Report

Best small business web hosting for 2020 - TechRadar

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Best small business web hosting for 2020 - TechRadarBest small business web hosting for 2020 - TechRadarPosted: 13 Apr 2020 12:00 AM PDTEvery small business needs a website, but finding the right web hosting package isn't always easy. Many plans are targeted primarily at home users, and don't have the power that businesses need.Best SMB web hosting Take email, for instance. We've seen hosting plans offer as few as five email addresses for a website, and with inboxes limited to a few hundred megabytes, that's potentially a major issue for any business. Be sure to check out the email specs of any hosting plan before you sign up.An SSL certificate is a must-have these days for any professional or business website, but these aren't included with every plan. Fortunately, they don't have to be expensive. Many hosts now offer free SSL certificates from the Internet Security Research Group's Let's Encrypt project, and although web stores might need something mor…

Business news in brief | Business - telegraphherald.com

Pennsylvania's Business Shutdown Waiver Program Gets Audited - U.S. News & World Report

Here's what you missed in business news today: Apple and Amazon report earnings, plus the latest on contact tracing - CNBC

'And then, boom': Outbreak shows shaky ground as Texas opens - Daily Herald

A listing of Waukesha, Washington and Ozaukee county events, business news and resources during the COVID-19 pandemic. - Greater Milwaukee Today

Workers must risk infection or losing unemployment payments - Daily Herald

Pork producer says it needs flexibility on virus guidelines - Daily Herald

AP Top Business News at 11:46 p.m. EDT - WAVY.com

BA may not reopen at Gatwick once pandemic passes - BBC News

Apple earnings and Covid-19 contact tracing: After Hours April 30 2020 - CNBC

Businesses Push Back Against New Oregon Tax During Coronavirus Crisis - OPB News

Report: Mexico's economy plunges deeper into recession - Daily Herald

Firms with Trump links or worth $100 million got small business loans - NBCNews.com

US jobless claims soar past 30 million; Europe reeling also - Madison.com

Coronavirus: B&Q reopens all 288 stores amid lockdown - The Loppy

With online sales booming, some Portland companies now rely more on websites - KATU

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Reopening with limits: People Count app tracks number of customers in stores, gyms, restaurants - Startland News

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Reopening with limits: People Count app tracks number of customers in stores, gyms, restaurants - Startland NewsReopening with limits: People Count app tracks number of customers in stores, gyms, restaurants - Startland NewsPosted: 29 Apr 2020 08:03 AM PDTEditor's note: The following is part of Startland News' ongoing coverage of the impact of Coronavirus (COVID-19) on Kansas City's entrepreneur community, as well as how innovation is helping to drive a new normal in the ecosystem. Click here to follow related stories as they develop.Kansas City is nearing its attempt at an economic rebound and TileFive wants to support the healthy reopening of small businesses with the launch of its latest tech tool — People Count. "A lot of customers aren't going to feel comfortable coming to a business if it's really packed," said Andrew Potter, founding partner ofthe Overland Park-based software startup, noting hesitations business owners like him are anticipating whe…