The Week That Was -- June 1, 2012

Jun 1, 2012

Here are the most widely read stories for the week ending June 1:

Permitting Delays Cost Jobs and Growth – In his weekly column, Tom Donohue highlights the shortsighted government policies that are preventing key projects from driving economic growth.

How to Ignite Innovation  - Nick Schulz, a fellow at the National Chamber Foundation, explores how the U.S. can get and harness more innovation to jump-start growth.

New York Officials Nail Salons Over Gender-Based Pricing – New York state officials are cracking down on salons accused of charging men and women different prices for services.

Unlocking Foursquare – Foursquare’s Eric Friedman, director of business development, discusses the ins and outs of successfully using Foursquare for business.

The Protect Medical Innovation Act – The U.S. medical device industry is threatened by a looming provision of the Patient Protection and Affordable care Act – the medical device tax.

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