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Reselling Skater Fashion for Millions, McSweeney's $15 Crowdfunding Campaign, $1 Million for Safer Guns: Nov. 7


Reselling Skater Fashion for Millions, McSweeney's $15 Crowdfunding Campaign, $1 Million for Safer Guns: Nov. 7

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David Shapiro talks to an anonymous merchant who says he’s bringing in millions reselling items from the skater-inspired fashion brand Supreme. [New Yorker]

Eric Holtzclaw has the lowdown on new telemarketing regulations. [Washington Post]

Publishing house McSweeney’s launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise $15, writes Catherine Clifford. It reached 39,573 percent of its goal by 4 p.m. [Entrepreneur]

A group of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs is funding a $1 million prize to encourage the development of technologies that reduce gun violence, writes Chuck Salter. [Fast Company]

Customers at Edward Belden’s Los Angeles ice cream shop, Peddler’s Creamery, churn their own ice cream by riding stationary bicycles (video). [Fox Business]

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

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