Here’s our weekly link roundup of small business buzz, musings and muchness. A curation of the best small business talk around the web.
The next big trend in social media is here. Pinterest, a social network and visual bookmarking site, is leading the content curation boom and here’s why you should care about it. (The Atlantic)
Do you favor the “Buffett Rule?” Many small businesses, in contrast to U.S. multinationals, largely back the so-called Buffett rule, a plan made by legendary investor Warren Buffet that would hike tax rates on top income-earners, according to a new survey. (CBS News)
Should you get an MBA before launching a startup? Serial entrepreneur, Jay Bhatti and co-founder of spock.com, the world’s leading people search engine, says no. After receiving an MBA from Wharton and now in the middle of doing my second start-up, Bhati is convinced that an MBA is not the ideal path for entrepreneurs to follow. (Business Insider)
Will tax breaks help fund new startups? Eliminating capital gains taxes on investments in startups should help these companies raise an additional $7.5 billion over 10 years, according to the Kauffman Foundation. (Portfolio)
Do you collect data about your customers? If there is one thing that startups can learn from the rise of Facebook it’s that making sense of data you collect is where the money is. (CNet)
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