Posted by: John Tozzi on December 8, 2009
Working at a startup may be “slightly better than a coke habit” but can be similarly damaging for those who let it take over their lives, David Heinemeier Hansson writes at Signal vs. Noise.
Some small firms have spent so much time hunkering down that they’re unprepared for growth, the WSJ’s Emily Maltby reports.
Why isn’t there a better way for small equity investors to finance local businesses? Steve Waldman asks and floats a solution at Seeking Alpha.
You don’t have to be revolutionary or unique to create value and succeed, Tim Berry writes at his Up and Running blog.
And CIT Group won approval to exit bankruptcy, Bloomberg’s Tiffany Kary reports.