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A Startup Idea to Cure Your Weekend Hangover Before Work

Hungover Londoners receive a break from their morning slog to work thanks to a small noodle company's free "hangover cure" pack and taxi ride.

Your weekends may be full of partying. Well, a small business' free taxi pilot program has sprung up in London recently, promising hungover workers a safe morning ride with a side of steamy noodles and a bottle of orange juice to beat back the effects of one too many.

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Six Gifts for Creativity, Sustainability, and Giving Back

GOOD has assembled a holiday shopping guide for those looking to gift something a little different or support those in need.

It's about that time of year when we're all frantically trying to hunt down those last-minute gifts for our loved ones. To help guide you to some gifts off the radar, here is a short list of some inspiring products and services that we discovered at GOOD.is this past year.

1. A Shirt That Kids Can Play With—The Itty Bitty Project

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Got a Small Business? It's Not Too Late to Prepare for Small Business Saturday

Small Business Saturday is a billion dollar boon for independent shops, but less than half are fully online. Here are four programs to help out.

As small businesses ready themselves for the holiday shopping season—including Small Business Saturday—it's important to note that many are missing out on the gains of an online presence.

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With Rising Rents Come More Virtual Offices and Co-Working Spaces

Young companies and start-ups typically don't have the cash to rent an office, leading to the rise of co-work and virtual work spaces.

Where there's a start-up community, chances are high that real estate prices are close behind. In cities like Boulder, Coloardo, and San Francisco—cities that rank in the top 10 in U.S. regions with the highest ratio of tech start-ups—commercial rent prices can prove a financial obstacle to would-be small businesses.

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The Bike of the Future is Here: Behold the Electric Wheel

Two electric bicycle wheels are pushing their way into the market: the Cophenhagen Wheel and the FlyKly Smart Wheel.



The push for more livable cities has meant an equal push for more flexible transportation options. In other words, more bicyclists, more bicycle infrastructure, and, well, more types of bicycles.

Two all-in-one electric conversion wheels are being developed by two different startups: the Copenhagen Wheel and the FlyKly Smart Wheel. Both promise an improved cycling experience without the need of a new frame.

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On Small Businesses Struggling During the Government Shutdown

Communities around shuttered national parks and around federal worker hubs are recording losses during the government shutdown.

While most of the county tries to figure how the government shutdown affects them, small businesses around national parks and federal worker hubs are growing all too familiar with the consequences of dried up funding.

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