Top Entrepreneurial News of the Day

  • : German stocks swung between gains and losses as a slump at Deutsche Bank AG offset gains at Bayerische Motoren Werke AG, amid concern this month’s rally on the DAX Index has outpaced the prospects for global economic growth.
  • House Set to Approve Bill Aimed at China Yuan – The House of Representatives is poised on Wednesday to pass legislation to pressure China to let its yuan currency rise more quickly, fanning the flames of a long-running dispute over trade and jobs.
  • Five Rules for Your “About” Page –  When someone comes to your site for the first time, they’re likely to hit “about’ or “bio.” Why? Because they want a human, a story and reassurance. Here are some helpful guidelines (okay, they’re actually imperatives).
  • Following Up on the Small-Biz Bill – Now that the Small Business Jobs and Credit Act of 2010 is finally law, it’s time to take a look under the hood and see what-all is in there. Last week, I discussed the $30 billion in funding that goes to community banks — hopefully to lend to small businesses, but no guarantee there.
  • Technology Designer Gadi Amit on What’s Wrong With Green Design – “Like musicians, we think through our hands,” says Gadi Amit, fondling three pieces of raw wood precariously bound together with masking tape.

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