- Entrepreneurs Say “I Do” to Divorce Insurance – Inc.com: Divorce can be as hard on your wallet as it is on your heart, but a new insurance scheme might help. At least that’s the pitch put forward by serial entrepreneur John Logan, himself a divorcee.
- Are Facebook’s Privacy Woes a Big Deal? – Entrepreneur.com: Nichelle Shaw isn’t shy about promoting her hand-crafted jewelry business online. The owner of Necessities by Nichelle, in Hyattsville, MD, has a Web site, a blog and a presence on two online marketplaces. But she avoids Facebook because of the privacy concerns she’s heard about.
- 2010’s Most Imitated Web Businesses – FastCompany.com: The Internet is rife with the sincerest form of flattery. Facebook for movie fans? (Really?) Here are 2010’s most-imitated Web businesses. Which copycats look like winners?
- Can Yahoo Be Saved? – CNNMoney.com: Sure, Yahoo still has a boatload (to use a favorite term of Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz) of users. I still go to Yahoo Finance a lot, for example. Ditto for Yahoo Mail. And I do love Yahoo’s fantasy sports sites.
- Apple to Publish App Store Guidelines, Relax Rules – Bloomberg.com: Apple Inc. said it will give software developers more leeway in how they create applications for its iPhone and iPad, a move likely to benefit Adobe Systems, Inc., whose software had been panned by Apple’s Steve Jobs.