Groupon complaints, LawyerUp, Harvard's entrepreneurship machine, how ATMs kill the economy, an anarchist start-up, and more.
How anarchy can help your business. A group of anarchists form a dog-walking collective, and "business is booming," reportsThe Washington Post.
The dark side of Groupon. A former employee notes that "sales people are encouraged to squeeze as much as they can from the businesses, and it very, very often results in disaster for the businesses themselves." Read the rest at TechCrunch.
Lawyers, on-demand. The New York Timesprofiles LawyerUp, a SeamlessWeb for your local barrister.
How Harvard churns out entrepreneurs. Ever wonder why so many Harvard grads go on to start great companies? Forbes weighs in.
"Are ATMs killing the economy?" Not literally, no. But ATMs as a metaphor for technologies that reduce the number of jobs? Well, that's up for discussion at The Atlantic today.