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Myspace Mafia, Aloha to Obamacare, Bored By 'Titstare' App: Sept. 10


Myspace Mafia, Aloha to Obamacare, Bored By 'Titstare' App: Sept. 10

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Companies founded by former Myspace employees are contributing to Los Angeles’ growing startup ecosystem, writes Eilene Zimmerman. [New York Times]

Obamacare’s employer mandate doesn’t faze business owners in Hawaii, which has for nearly 49 years required employers to offer health insurance to workers who log more than 19 hours a week, writes Kyle Cheney. [Politico]

Employees at small businesses often pay higher fees on their 401(k)s than do workers at larger companies, writes Sheyna Steiner. [Bankrate]

Women 2.0 Chief Executive Officer Shaherose Charania has a list of things she’d rather talk about than the “Titstare” app presentation at TechCrunch Disrupt. [Women 2.0]

Growth in the craft beer business has made Boston Beer (SAM) founder James Koch a billionaire (video). [Bloomberg Television]

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Clark is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek.

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