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"Shark Tank" builds buzz for NYC bagel-ball business

SmartBrief on Main Street | Jan 20, 2015

The idea to create stuffed bagel balls came to Nick Oleksak in the middle of the night, and he started a company with his wife, Elyse, to sell the treats. The Oleksaks have a store in New York City called Bantam Bagels, and they offer their products online. Their business has gained attention since being praised by Oprah Winfrey and receiving a $275,000 investment on "Shark Tank." Entrepreneur online (01/19)


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SmartBrief on Main Street | Jan 22, 2015

How a sub-shop owner got invited to the State of the Union address

SmartBrief on Main Street | Jan 23, 2015

Keep detailed records to protect tax deductions

SmartBrief on Main Street | Jan 19, 2015

How Obama's plans could affect entrepreneurs

SmartBrief on Main Street | Jan 21, 2015

Strategies to find online leads

SmartBrief on Main Street | Jan 19, 2015

A 5-step guide to giving negative feedback

SmartBrief on Main Street | Jan 20, 2015

How to make the most of a limited budget

SmartBrief on Main Street | Jan 21, 2015

Weigh these factors before selling your business

SmartBrief on Main Street | Jan 19, 2015

New shop replaces decades-old Ind. camera business

SmartBrief on Main Street | Jan 19, 2015


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