Tuesday Links: There Goes the Neighborhood

Posted by: John Tozzi on February 16, 2010

When entrepreneurs move their businesses into their homes, they sometimes clash with neighbors and local zoning regs, Jennifer Levitz reports in the WSJ.

How to start a business without ruining your relationship: a podcast with Lisa Merlo-Booth at Escape from Cubicle Nation.

$25/month Google local business listings go after Yellow Pages, Miguel Helft reports in the NY Times.

Improving ideas is more important than recruiting fans, Seth Godin argues with a little math.

At Signal vs. Noise, David Heinemeier Hansson disects the reasons one start-up wants venture capital — and says they don’t hold up to scrutiny.

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What's it like to run your own company today? Entrepreneurs face multiple hurdles new and old, from raising capital and managing employees to keeping up with technology and competing in a global marketplace. In this blog, the Small Business channel's John Tozzi and Nick Leiber discuss the news, trends, and ideas that matter to small business owners. Follow them on Twitter @newentrepreneur.

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