In The Atlantic, Stacy Mitchell focuses on the Democrats’ forgotten role as small business champions, and on Elizabeth Warren’s reclaiming of the tradition.… Read More
The number of community banks has declined sharply in the last decade. Most of the decline is owed to the fact that virtually no new banks have been created since 2009. Why the sudden absence of new banks?… Read More
ILSR co-director Stacy Mitchell was the guest for a special edition of Strong Towns’ webcast earlier this year. Stacy spoke with Strong Towns co-founder and President, Chuck Marohn on topics like Amazon, tax incentives, retail concentration, and big-box stores.… Read More
In Fortune, we detail how cashless retail entrenches big banks, steps cities and states are taking to regulate it, and the ultimate effect credit card fees have on small businesses and the economy at large.… Read More
ILSR’s comments explain why this merger will harm competition, undermine independent office supply businesses, and accelerate Amazon’s dominance of this industry, and why the FTC needs to take a much tougher stance on deals like this.
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