Here’s our weekly link roundup of small business buzz, musings and muchness. A curation of the best small business talk around the web.
A new survey shows that the earth has 388 million entrepreneurs. Is entrepreneurship the best hope for reviving a weakened world economy? We think so. (Portfolio)
Raising capital for your small business? Don’t make these common mistakes … (Huffington Post)
Remember YouTube’s competitor Veoh? Once upon a time, the company was sued out of existence by a major record label, — even though Veoh won its case and its appeal. This horror story shows how SOPA would be very bad for new startups. (SFGate)
Retail startups are taking the web from geek to chic. “A new crop of companies is raising the bar for everyone in the retail space, using the web to make the process more data-driven and social than ever before.” (GigaOM)
How do successful Chinese entrepreneurs think? New research offers insights into how successful Chinese business owners teach themselves to become better at making money. (BusinessDay)
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