Top Entrepreneurial News of the Day
- How Google Cost Me $4 Million – Inc.com: I woke up at six o’clock and did a Google search on my phone, like I do every morning. We’re usually one or two for just about every industry keyword. But we were nowhere to be found. I opened up my laptop. We weren’t in the first thousand results.
- Stocks Fall on Europe Worries – CNNMoney.com: U.S. stocks slumped at the market’s open Tuesday, as renewed worries about European banks and the global economy weighed on investors coming back from the long Labor Day weekend.
- Cambodia Spurs Development with Tallest Building in Asia – FastCompany.com: Cambodia, despite, being one of the poorest nations in the world, has announced plans to build the tallest building in Asia, a 1,820-foot skyscraper in its capital, Phnom Penh.
- Iran Lines Up $13 Billion for South Pars Development – International Business Times: Iran on Monday said a massive investment of $13 billion has been lined up for developing its South Pars gas field which it shares with Qatar.
- Avoiding the Bitter Twitter – Entrepreneur.com: Social networks can be great communications tools, but make a misstep and you could end up doing your company more harm than good. Perhaps the biggest mistake businesspeople make is posting while in the wrong frame of mind.