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Don't strangle the self-employed
(Fresh Business Thinking covers IPSE's
for the self-employed)
Give business real support..not fairy tale promises, says Sage boss
(Mail on Sunday)
Over a third of students and graduates hope to work for a start-up
(Startups.co.uk covers 9,000-strong survey by Prospects)
Small firms hit by business rates relief delay
Almost four in five SMEs don't think new late payment rules will work
(Elite Business covers Crossflow Payments polling)
RocketSpace powers into London in hunt for next $1bn tech 'unicorn'
Business has no divine rights, but Government must remember who pays the bills
(Andy Silvester, head of campaigns, IoD)
The next government must unshackle the self-employed
(Chris Bryce, CEO, IPSE)
Only the Lib Dems are standing up for entrepreneurs
(Dr Vince Cable, Liberal Democrats)
Migrants are important to UK business and sustainability of the economy
(Monica Atwal, managing partner, Clarkslegal)
Tech companies aspire to become Cardiff's first unicorn
It's hip to be Square's CFO: Meet Jack Dorsey's right-hand woman, finance chief Sarah Friar
Retaining some cool and cachet after selling up
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