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Thursday, 19 March 2015 03:03
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I don’t want to be in this business: Cut-rate facelifts are facing an uphill battle.

Interesting: Military veterans are almost twice as likely as nonveterans to start their own business.

Interesting perspective: This beehive raised $5.6 million — and that might not be a good thing.

Niche biz: Powdered alcohol gets Washington OK.

Woah: Plus-size models sell more bras.

Niche biz: A Kid-friendly Uber alternative gets $9.6 million.

Opportunities in delivery: How Starbucks Plans To Deliver Coffee To Your Door.

In food new: These Chefs Just Raised $100,000 to Make Cheap, Healthy Fast Food.

The exercise industry is changing, again: All-in-one fitness studio new player in competitive field.

What is this? It’s a Coffee Consultancy Catalyst.

In advertising: Small businesses mean big business for Facebook.

 
Wednesday, 18 March 2015 06:48
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Good to know: 38 Things Every Startup Founder Should Know.

How to: Make money being a jerk

Two very different, but interesting reads: The Fuzzy, Insane Math That’s Creating So Many Billion-Dollar Tech Companies and How GE is Using Big Data to Make Sense of Cooking.

Niche biz: biohacking

There’s a nugget of an idea in this story of crime and corruption in the buying gold business.

Warren Buffet’s current letter to investors is the best yet. No less an authority than Bill Gates says so.

Interesting: Facebook will now let you send money to friends.

Tuesday, 17 March 2015 02:49
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This is why house prices are so high in California and so low in Texas.

Niche biz: The rise of luxury toilet paper.

I love stuff like this: The Salesman’s Guide to Manipulating Your Friends.

Uh oh. I’m sure there’s a bizop here: Why America fell out of love with golf.

Another new niche: Cord-cutting trend creates new profession.

Climate change is a huge business opportunity: How market forces are winning the climate change battle.

Is Apple Watch a good business opportunity?. Short answer: yes.

I’ve noticed that my phone is ringing more. This is why: Move Over, Email — the Business Phone Call Is Back.

What does it take to start a niche zoo? Not much. Slithering to success: Kilkenny reptile zoo hosts 30,000 a year.

Niche: business opportunities in derrieres.

Helicopter Operators See Drones as a Business Opportunity. So does everyone else.

St. Patrick’s Day marketing ideas: Create Buzz & Business:10 St. Patrick's Day Social Media Marketing Ideas!, Direct-Marketing Ideas for St. Patrick's Day, Five St. Patrick's Day Marketing Tips, St. Patrick's Day Marketing Ideas For Your Business, 365 Days of Marketing: St. Patricks Day Marketing Ideas for Small Business.

Monday, 16 March 2015 02:19
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Interesting: How Apple will make the wearable market.

Time will tell whether or not this is true: Apple Watch not on shopping list for 69 percent of Americans.

There’s no such thing as an idea person.

Sad: Meet Japan’s internet cafe refugees.

Here are the best ways to use LinkedIn and Facebook for business.

This guy is [crowd-funding the future of sports tech](Crowdfunding the Next Billion Dollar Business).

Read this, and subscribe: 21 amazing podcasts for startup founders.

Great read: Fake snow, real money: the high-tech fight to save California skiing.

Friday, 13 March 2015 03:53
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Sason, who has full sleeves of tattoos he covers with tailored three-piece suits, calls himself a self-taught value investor. He has about 30 employees in trading, venture capital, music, and film. “I’m not going to give away the details of how we do what we do,” he says in a January interview at his 16th-floor office in Manhattan’s financial district. “We create businesses, and we invest.”

Actually, it’s a little more complicated than that. What Sason discovered is a way to get shares in desperate and broke companies at big discounts by lending them money. Magna has done deals with at least 80 companies. Of those, the stocks of 71 have gone down since the investment. He can still turn a profit, because the terms of the deals allow him to turn debt into equity at a fixed discount. No matter where the stock is trading, he gets it for less.

Magna functions as a pawnshop for penny stocks—shares of obscure ventures that change hands far from the rules of the New York Stock Exchange. His customers have included a would-be Chilean copper miner, an inventor of thought-controlled phones, and at least two executives later busted for fraud. They come to Sason to trade a lot of their stock for a little bit of money. Often they’re aware the deal is likely to be bad for their shareholders.

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