- RIM’s India Deal Likely to Fuel More Concessions, Analysts Say – BusinessWeek.com: Research In Motion Ltd.’s concession in giving Indian authorities access to BlackBerry e-mail and instant-messenger correspondence means it’s likely to do the same for other governments, analysts said.
- The Postrecession Labor Market – Inc.com: What will happen when companies start hiring again? PayScale CEO Michael Metzger weighs in.
- Your Smartphone Will Soon Double as Your Wallet – FastCompany.com: The Japanese call it osaifu keitai (cell-phone wallet). Flash your phone virtually anywhere you go for almost any purchase and it’s automatically logged into a digital expense report.
- Five Easy Ways to Kick-Start Your Business Planning – Entrepreneur.com: Have you been putting off the business planning? You know who you are. Do you mean to start managing better, but keep getting distracted by fires to put out? Here are five quick and easy ways to start planning today.
- Tupperware Parties Help Reshape India’s Kitchens – BusinessWeek.com: Thanks to such products as the “roti keeper” and the “masala box,” Tupperware has become the leading kitchenware seller in the Indian market.
- Jobless Claims Decline, But Not Enough – CNNMoney.com: The number of first-time filers for unemployment insurance fell for a second straight week last week, but the level suggests that the labor market remains sluggish.
- How to Maximize Airline Rewards – Entrepreneur.com: When I went online recently to book a trip to Japan with my daughters, I reeled from sticker shock: The cost of three round-trip business-class tickets to Tokyo on Continental was $18,000.