Tech entrepreneur, and former Napster co-founder, Sean Parker insists that there are too many VC’s and not enough entrepreneurs. “There’s too much capital chasing after too few good and interesting businesses.” (Memeburn)
Amazon causes outrage with small business owners over new app. “Amazon began a promotion that encouraged customers to check out prices at local retailers and use a specially designed “Price Check” smartphone app to report what they found back to Amazon.” (New York Times)
Research indicates California as bad for small business. “The Small Business & Entrepreneurship Council ranked the Golden State near the bottom, at No. 46, for its public policy climate for small business and entrepreneurship.” See where your state ranked. (Sacramento Business Journal)
Startup failure is good for economy since founders never give up. “Economically speaking, the important thing is that they almost always try again.” (Washington Post)
Never take a vacation? Forbes explains how to do it successfully if you are an entrepreneur. “Paranoid that everything will go down in flames just as soon as their phone is turned off, many entrepreneurs maintain a state of hyper-vigilance for a very, very long time.” (Forbes)
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