Small business news from around the web: May 15 – 19, 2017

Written on May 17, 2017

What small businesses need to know about 'ransomware'
Businesses around the world are still dealing with the massive fallout from one of the biggest global “ransomware” attacks ever recorded. Cyber experts warn that while big businesses reap the biggest cash payment for hackers, a majority of them will go after small businesses first.

Trump administration seeks to end ACA enrollment for small businesses on HealthCare.gov in 2018
Citing very low enrollment, the Trump administration on May 15 proposed that beginning in 2018 small businesses would no longer be able to enroll workers in health insurance plans through the federal ACA marketplace HealthCare.gov

OSU lecturer's failed startup an example of how not to form a business
When Dan Oglevee teaches MBA students at Ohio State University, he draws on his own painful dot-bust experience to convey how not to form a venture-backed business.

Help your clients save on credit card processing fees
CPAs and accounting professionals are well positioned to advise their business clients on cost containment and risk mitigation.

Tech Corner - The phishing swindle that conned $100 million out of Google and Facebook
It is alleged that 48-year-old Evaldas Rimasauskas managed to trick Facebook and Google into wiring him over $100 million, after impersonating genuine Taiwanese electronics manufacturer Quanta Computer.

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