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What small business owners should know about the new Obamacare report [Washington Post]

Twitter's first revenue announcement since going public in November was great, but shares tanked due to unexpectedly low user growth. Seems legit [USA Today]

Should farmers embrace accrual accounting? [AG Web]

Guys, don't worry, concerns over hitting the debt ceiling won't affect the promptness with which the IRS returns the money they borrowed from you all year at 0% interest [On the Money via The Hill]

Philadelphia Fed's Chuck Plosser thinks we should maybe taper a little faster, y'all [Reuters]

Boehner urges allies to consider linking military benefits to debt limit [Post Politics via Washington Post]

The SEC thinks some guys didn't trade enough "I don't really get it, but as far as I can tell, these guys (allegedly!) committed securities fraud out of laziness. HIGHLY ENDORSED." [Matt Levine via Bloomberg View]

The Target data breach (may or may not) get real [CBS]

Coca-Cola takes $1.25 billion stake in Green Mountain Green Mountain Coffee Roasters Inc, maker of the popular Keurig single-cup coffee brewer, said on Wednesday that the Coca-Cola Co (KO.N) bought a 10 percent stake in it for $1.25 billion and would help launch Green Mountain's new cold drink machine planned for next year. Shares in Green Mountain (GMCR.O) soared 39.7 percent to $113.01 in extended trading, while those of its likely new rival, SodaStream International Ltd (SODA.O), tumbled almost 10 percent to $32.01. [Reuters]

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