- Wikipedia Founder’s Advice to Brands – “Make Stuff that Doesn’t Stick” – FastCompany.com: When it comes to companies concerned with managing their brand image online, Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has some advice: “Make stuff that doesn’t suck.”
- Five Tips on Cutting Credit Card Fees – Inc.com: The key to cutting credit card costs is shopping around for the best rates, rewards, and credit options. Here are five tips on getting the best terms or considering alternatives to the traditional credit card.
- China Feels Heat of Climate Change Rifts – Reuters.com: Coaxing China into a global grand bargain to fight climate change that also satisfies the United States and other rich nations threatens to be even more daunting and elusive than fixing the economic rifts dividing them.
- Five Steps to Get On a Talk Show – Entrepreneur.com: How to land a spot on the couches of Oprah or Ellen Degeneres.
- : Sean Parker, the entrepreneur behind Napster and Facebook now turned investor, was talking about the state of the venture capital industry last week over coffee.