For some small businesses, the wonky supply chain is an opportunity

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If you’ve set foot inside any chain or big-box store in the past couple of months, odds are you’ve spotted an empty shelf or two. While it’s been difficult for lots of major retailers to get the products and supplies they’ve ordered, smaller businesses have found themselves nimble enough to fill those gaps. Today, we’ll hear from three small businesses about how they’ve been able to maneuver and flourish. Plus: the Great Resignation is still in full swing; COVID gives rise to a more lively freelance economy; and why inflation can benefit borrowers (complete with a history lesson).

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