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Boston Beer's Craft Breweries, New Trump University Complaints, Chiliheads: Nov. 4


James R. Hagerty offer five reasons 3D printing isn’t about to go mainstream. [Wall Street Journal]

Boston Beer (SAM), known for making Sam Adams, is opening smaller craft breweries under its Alchemy & Science subsidiary, writes Jon Chesto. [Boston Business Journal]

Fresh complaints are surfacing about Donald Trump’s now-defunct “university,” alleging it was a ripoff, writes Kenneth Lovett. [Daily News]

Calling all chiliheads. “Chilis are the male equivalent of cupcakes, tempting entrepreneurial amateurs with dreams of a more flavorful life,” writes Lauren Collins. [New Yorker]

Thomas Heath profiles Mark Phillips, an entrepreneur who makes a living performing magic tricks at trade shows. [Washington Post]

Ripple Labs Chief Executive Officer Chris Larsen discusses how the company plans to take on Bitcoin (video). [Bloomberg TV]

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Clark is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek covering small business and entrepreneurship.

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