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Anti-Tech Legislation Would Slam Small Businesses With $100,000 “Digital Economy Tax”

Washington, DC (July 13, 2022): A new study estimates that the American Innovation and Choice Online Act (AICOA / S.2992), spearheaded by Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-MN), would cost millions of small businesses nationwide on average more than $100,000 each during the first five years after the law takes effect. The report by Dartmouth College economist…

Congress is ignoring small businesses on tech antitrust

For years, small businesses nationwide have raised alarms about misguided legislation targeting America’s biggest…

Proposed Antitrust Laws Could Hurt Amazon Sellers And Consumers

Antitrust legislation languishing in Washington, D.C., since last summer could destroy the Amazon Marketplace. This would kill off millions of jobs and shutter hundreds of thousands of small businesses at…

Amazon Delivers Success for Small Brands

Central Illinois is known for commodities and livestock, but from a laptop in Bloomington, I’ve built a successful luggage brand — thanks to my partners at Amazon.

Congress is ignoring small businesses on tech antitrust

For years, small businesses nationwide have raised alarms about misguided legislation targeting America’s biggest online companies – Google, Facebook, Apple, and Amazon. But, despite the highly valuable and beneficial tools

Small Business Leaders Overwhelmingly Oppose Tech Antitrust Legislation

Washington, DC (June 23, 2022): As U.S. Senator Amy Klobuchar (D-MN) urges her colleagues to support legislation attacking large online platforms such as Amazon, Facebook and Google, a new study shows that small businesses oppose efforts to restrict platforms from offering integrated tools and services that save small businesses time and money. In a survey…

Small Businesses Face Threat From Antitrust Bill

Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer is working with Sen. Amy Klobuchar to bring her antitrust bill — the American Innovation and Choice Online Act…

Why The AICO Act Will Threaten Consumers And Merchants’ Ability To Choose And Stifle Innovation

Like many ordinary consumers who make multiple buying decisions every day, my husband has to decide what he wants to buy, whether he…

Small sellers have a big appetite for using B2B marketplaces

Smaller companies are using online marketplaces more because it gives them the ability to scale fast (47%) and lower barriers to connecting with new customers (46%), says a new research report.

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