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3 Things You Should Know About Small Business: June 22

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NEW YORK (TheStreet) — What’s happening in small business today?

1. Are “summer Fridays” better for business? Join the discussion on writer Laura Vanderkam’s blog post arguing that businesses would be more productive if they instilled a perk such as “summer Fridays,” meaning “closing down around lunch once a week from Memorial Day to Labor Day.”

Only 12% of employed adults officially get this perk, according to a survey done by Ultimat Vodka, Vanderkam writes. …

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Chesapeake CEO losing questionable perk

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Chesapeake Energy’s CEO is about to lose a controversial perk that allowed him to take personal stakes in wells drilled by the company.

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