AllBusiness.com Announces Special Report on the
State of the Union for Small Businesses
First Quarterly Report Assesses Impact of President Obama’s First Year in Office on Small- to Mid-sized
March 30, 2010 10:40 AM Eastern Daylight Time
SAN FRANCISCO--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--AllBusiness.com, Inc. (www.allbusiness.com), a leading
online resource for small-midsized businesses (SMBs), today announced thesite-widelaunch of itsfirst quarterly
Special Report, which focuses on the State of the Union for SMBs.
Few other business Web sites have taken a deeper look at the impact President Obama’s first year in office has had
on small businesses. The report, which is featured on AllBusiness.com today through April 1, brings together
important interviews with Keith Ashmus, Chair of the National Small Business Association; Kevin Hassett, former
campaign economic advisor for John McCain; and James K. Galbraith, professor at the Lyndon B. Johnson School
of Public Affairs at The University of Texas. Articles, videos, and podcasts will examine such issues as the
significance of new health care legislation for small businesses; the probable impacts of the new "Cash for Caulkers"
program; and how things might be different if John McCain had become president.
“This is certainly not only a timely topic, but also a very important one since there are more than 25 million
businesses in the U.S., and more than 90% of those are small businesses,” said Eric Pfeiffer, editorial director for
AllBusiness.com. “We wanted to help our audience gain more awareness about how the current Administration is
affecting SMBs from various perspectives, including taxes, health care and job creation.”
AllBusiness.com’s renowned expert bloggers have contributed their unique analysis, perspective and insight on this
timely topic, as well as provided a look ahead into what SMBs can expect from the Obama Administration for the
next couple of years.
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