06.29.2011 | Inc.com Daily
Google introduces its own social network. Google+ was introduced Tuesday, marking the company's "biggest effort yet" to take on Facebook, reports The New York Times.
A start-up for cinephiles. For 50 bucks a month, MoviePass, a start-up based in San Francisco, allows customers to go to the movies as much as they want.
Egypt's entrepreneurs receive aid from United States. The Christian Science Monitor reports on U.S. efforts to encourage entrepreneurs in post-revolution Egypt.
Life on Internet coupons. "For one full week, I spent money on only Groupon deals," writes reporter/daily-deal-adventurist Noreen Malone for Slate."Groupon was, effectively, my sole currency." Here's how it panned out.
Want press for your business? Here's how to hire the right PR agency for your firm, courtesy of OPEN Forum.
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