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Plenty of banks offer this -- e.g.

http://www.everbank.com/001SBMoneyMarket.aspx?LinkID=Navigation
http://www.ebank.com/content.asp?cid=22

Usually there's a minimum balance to avoid fees ($1000-$3,000) and the more you deposit, the higher the interest rate.

The rates are not as great as for personal accounts, because the cost of servicing businesses is higher.

You could even open a business account with a brokerage or mutual fund company.
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