This week’s Carnival of the Capitalists is up at Ashish’s Niti.
Slashdot: “Stephen Friedl writes ‘I’ve been a self-employed consultant for almost 20 years – I still have my first customer!
REO News: “Inman News reports that the Federal Trade Commission filed charges against marketers of a course that claimed to teach students how to buy and sell mortgage notes.
Starbucks charges a pretty penny for wireless access and they are doing the competition an enormous favor.
Call it the lure of the land.
NFIB: “Every large, Fortune 500 company once was a small business.
MSN: “Now that the national do-not-call list makes it impossible to reach millions of potential customers, some marketing companies are returning to an old-fashioned alternative: door-to-door salespeople.” via Linda Riley.
Paul Kedrosky: “Some of you may have an appetite for deeper analysis of the venture capital industry.
I have known a couple of folks who started businesses offering their services as professional organizers.
Glenn Fleishman: “It took a little doing, but you can watch my presentation on The Entrepreneurial Blog from the recent Blog Business Summit.
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