Facebook goes to Capitol Hill, tips on hiring, trouble at Color, Apple's retail 'genius,' and more.
Facebook hires former Clinton press secretary. The social networking site is ramping up its ties to government with its newest hire: Joe Lockhart, a former Clinton press secretary, who will become the company's VP of Global Communication.
An interactive tech bubble debate. Check out The Economist's online—and ongoing—debate about a possible tech bubble.
How to bootstrap your hiring process. The New York Times provides a few helpful tips on using Craigslist and avoiding recruiter fees to find your next employee.
Trouble at Color. TechCrunch reports that Peter Pham, president and co-founder of Color, the start-up that raised a whopping $41 million (pre-revenue), will be leaving the company.
The Secret to Apple's retail success? "Intensive control of how employees interact with customers, scripted training for on-site tech support and consideration of every store detail down to the pre-loaded photos and music on demo devices," reportsThe Wall Street Journal.