Jill Priluck

Jill Priluck is a writer living in New York City.

Small Business
Nov. 24 2010 12:43 PMAhead in the CloudAmazon's cloud computing has revolutionized American small business, but can Amazon beat rising competitors?
Small Business
Oct. 18 2010 2:24 PMThe Biotech AdvantageWhy women start biotech firms at higher rates than they start other kinds of high-tech firms.
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Sept. 22 2010 9:57 AMSmall ChangeWhy the small business jobs bill won't create that many jobs.
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Aug. 27 2010 3:34 PMBut He Looked Good on PaperOut of necessity, tech startups are changing the way workers are screened and hired.
Small Business
Aug. 13 2010 10:00 AMThe Yogurt ChroniclesSiggi's builds a niche market from an ancient Icelandic recipe.
Small Business
July 30 2010 6:48 PMWelcome to the Little-Guy EconomyRecession has tilted the field toward smaller, flexible firms.
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July 30 2010 6:29 PMThe Little Shop of DollarsHow small agencies are remaking advertising.
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Nov. 10 2010 11:41 AMGive Me Your Tired, Your Poor, Your Huddled Entrepreneurs …Why the U.S. needs a new visa for foreigners who want to start businesses here.
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Oct. 5 2010 11:57 AMLadybug, Ladybug, Fly Away HomeHow an ecology app for sharing nature photos built a community—and became a business.
Small Business
Sept. 10 2010 3:52 PMThe Fairer TechsWhy female technology entrepreneurs are so hard to find.
Small Business
Aug. 19 2010 5:24 PMLeaving Big Law BehindThe many frustrations that cause well-paid lawyers to hang out their own shingles.
Small Business
Aug. 5 2010 11:51 AMByte-Sized BooksDigital publishing levels the playing field for small publishers.
Small Business
July 30 2010 6:40 PMHow a Failed App Became a BusinessA tale of resourcefulness from the little-guy economy.
Small Business
July 30 2010 6:10 PMThe Little Financial Engine That CouldHow boutique investment firms will gain from Wall Street reform.
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