Here’s our weekly link roundup of small business buzz, musings and muchness. A curation of the best small business talk around the web.
Ashkan Karbasfrooshan, founder and CEO of WatchMojo, suggests that “entrepreneurs are difficult at best and abrasive at worst.” What should you do? “Get over it.” (Tech Crunch)
Have you ever wondered why it takes companies so much longer to IPO now than it used to? Barry Silbert’s startup has helped trade over $1 billion in private stock for companies like Facebook and Pinterest and he shared his theory recently at SXSW. (SFGate)
No one can do it better than you … we know. But, if you want to grow your business, you must learn the art and science of delegation. And here’s what happens when you go about it all wrong. (Business Insider)
If you’re wondering what you shouldn’t spend your money on once you raise funding, Forbes contributor Mark Evans has several suggestions. (Forbes)
What is Ben Silbermann’s, co-founder of photo sharing and collecting startup Pinterest, advice to startups? “Don’t take too much of it.” Do you agree? (SFGate)
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