06.16.2011 | Inc.com Daily
The Zappos legacy. OPEN Forum asks the entrepreneur, author, and company culture obsessor Tony Hsieh nine questions about how he thinks, what mistakes he's made, and what advice he'd give to his 18-year-old self.
Still using a landline? Small businesses are moving swiftly to adapt the latest tech toys to help run their operations. The New York Times profiles a few of these innovators.
A start-up takes on Google. Sarah Lacy calls Uber, an on-demand taxi service, the "new geeky mascot" for all the math nerds of Silicon Valley. The company decided to ignore Google's API and created their own, giving them pretty serious street cred (literally).
Pandora IPO surges, then stables. The company's stock surged 63 percent on its first day of trading, but then settled down to about nine percent of its opening price.
How to get creative for Father's Day. As SmartMoney puts it, "ties are out, iPads are in" for Father's Day this year.
The social media gaffe that ended a political career. Almost a month after he accidentally tweeted a picture of "himself," Anthony Weiner announced he'd step down from office today, presenting yet another reminder for businesses: Be careful what you tweet.
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