07.19.2011 | Inc.com Daily

Lights that transmit data, Borders closes, prizes for small businesses, and more.
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First Wi-Fi, now Li-Fi? Researchers are exploring new ways of transmitting information using LEDs, reports The New York Times. 

The final chapter for Borders. The second-largest bookstore chain in the company announced its plans to liquidate its nearly 400 stores around the country. 

CEO cinema. Jean Chatzky, writing for OPEN Forum, taps a few experts for their film picks and recommends five must-see entrepreneurial movies.  

Scribd's new  reading toy. Float "is not as epochal as the printed book. But that’s not from a lack of ambition from the company that has made previous claims to being "the YouTube of documents," notes Wired

Like free stuff? Future Simple, which offers CRM and sales tracking software for small businesses, is giving away free prizes to a few lucky small businesses. Check out the details here.

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Last updated: Jul 19, 2011




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