Entrepreneurial

Small business defense against cybercrime

December 29, 2011

Small businesses can innocently expose themselves to cybercrime when an employee opens an email that appears to be from the CEO, not updating the anti-virus program or having a laptop lost or stolen.

Be careful with free Wi-Fi at your business

By Guest Contributor
August 23, 2011

– Stephanie Rabiner is a contributor to FindLaw’s Free Enterprise blog. FindLaw is a Thomson Reuters publication. This article originally appeared here. –

GroupPrice targets small business with daily deals

April 13, 2011

Price and value is what led Chris Gafoor to purchase a press release distribution plan from GroupPrice.

It’s not a bubble, people; It’s a pyramid scheme

By Guest Contributor
February 17, 2011

– Connie Loizos is a contributor for PE Hub, a Thomson Reuters publication. This article originally appeared on PE Hub. The views expressed are her own. –

Anything business can do, the Internet can do better

January 17, 2011

– Chris Dixon is co-founder of Hunch and creator of Founder Collective, and an investor in many early-stage companies like Skype and Foursquare. Previously he co-founded Siteadvisor, which was acquired by McAfee. This blog originally appeared on cdixon.org. The views expressed are his own. –

from MediaFile:

Fans still buying tickets, startup CEO says

July 2, 2009

So how's the market for sports and concert tickets holding up, given the economic turmoil that has dominated the public imagination since last year? Better than you'd think, according to Mike Janes, the founder and CEO of FanSnap, a live-event ticket search engine that launched in March.