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Bitcoin Arrest, Serious About Crowdfunding, Ultrasounds in 3D: Jan. 28


Bitcoin Arrest, Serious About Crowdfunding, Ultrasounds in 3D: Jan. 28

Illustration by André da Loba

Charlie Shrem, chief executive of bitcoin exchange BitInstant, was arrested at John F. Kennedy airport in New York and charged with money laundering, writes Jessica Roy. [ Time.com ]

American politicians may love factory jobs, but the work isn’t coming back, writes Charles Kenny. [ Businessweek.com ]

Sam Guzik says a recent speech by U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Mary Jo White shows that the government is serious about implementing rules to allow equity crowdfunding. [ Crowdfund Insider ]

GoDaddy is launching a new service called Get Found to help small businesses update their online profiles, writes Mark O’Neill. [ Small Business Trends ]

Entrepreneurs Katie and Gerard Bessette are using 3D printing to turn ultrasounds into three-dimensional models of in utero babies (video). [ Fox Business ]

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

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