Business articles published in September 2012
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September 30, 2012
Ben Cohen's Stamp Stampede: "Money's Not Speech, Corporations Aren't People!"
Ben Cohen, co-founder of Ben & Jerry's will be giving away ice cream October 2nd to the 9th
September 26, 2012
Web 3.0 to Merge the Physical and the Virtual
What the future of the internet may look like.
September 24, 2012
Riot Breaks out in Foxconn Factory
Riots have broken out at a Foxconn factory.
Google News Checks into Rehab on its 10th Birthday
What has constricted the growth of Google News? To paraphrase James Carville, “It’s the content, stupid!”
Palazzo On Creating Value
Phil Palazzo, an experience M&A professional, talks about the proper way in which to do business
September 23, 2012
What Were the Most Dangerous Jobs of 2011?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics released its annual report of on-the-job deaths. So what are the 10 deadliest jobs to hold?
Are Facebook Shares Worth Buying Yet? Probably Not.
Facebook stock has plunged since its IPO, yet a leading figure believes there is still some way to go
September 21, 2012
Kickstarter Looks to Improve Responsibilities of Backers
Kickstarter provide stricter guidelines to combat fraud on its platform
September 20, 2012
From Humble Beginnings to Knighthood, Sir. Richard Branson Wins with Kindness
Over his 45 years of entrepreneurship, Branson has a great deal of experience employing people that are “like family”.
Ink361 Launches Updated Instagram Web Interface
Ink361 launches new web interface for Instagram, lets users discover, share and comment via desktop, web.
September 17, 2012
U.S. Global Competitiveness Falls To #7 In The World. Ouch!
From #1 a few years back to #7.
September 16, 2012
The family-run business that operated 4 Gold's Gym franchises opened their gyms today as Fitness SF.
September 14, 2012
Can Recycling/Leasing Car Batteries Finally Be Game-Changing For EVs?
Leasing batteries could do wonders for cash-strapped electric vehicle (EV) consumers since the batteries are the largest single cost of the cars.
September 13, 2012
Intuit: 100 Startups In 100 Days
Lean entrepreneurship inside an organization
September 12, 2012
Has Facebook Surpassed It's Darkest Hour? Zuckerberg Brings an Arsonal of Stats and Strategy
Facebook Stock climbs to Just Under the $20 mark on Wall Street after Zuckerberg's TechCrunch Disrupt Interview
September 11, 2012
The Alumni Factor “A Revolution in College Rankings” Schools Producing Happiest Grads
A new site provides the educational equivalent of ROI, providing post-grad sentiment of 177 major campuses.
Sierra Vista Subsidiary of Tenet Health Caught In Cover-Up
In this breaking news, one of the largest healthcare corporations in this country exudes not only dishonsety, but also a lack of knowledge on what it's medical facilities are doing with patients.
September 10, 2012
GoDaddy Experiences Downtime, Infuriates Customers
GoDaddy goes down for considerable period of time, consumers are freaking and we're all losing money. What now?
September 7, 2012
Twitter to Earn More Money from Mobile than Facebook
Twitter earn more from mobile advertising than their much larger rival Facebook according to new data.
September 6, 2012
Clipix: In QR Code
Clipix adds to their organization and fun by putting a different spin on the QR code
Samsung Accused of Labor Problems in China
A report by a labour group accuses Samsung of labour violations at its factories in China.
September 5, 2012
Facebook Buying Back $2bn in Stock to Bolster Share Price
Mark Zuckerberg agrees not to sell any Facebook stock for at least a year in a bid to prop up the share price
September 4, 2012
Economy Brings Minority Business Certification Into Focus
The New Face of Contracting
UK Retailers say Sales hit by Olympics
New figures show that retailers did not benefit from the 2012 Olympics, with sales figures down.
September 1, 2012
Facebook Stock Falls 50% Since IPO
Facebook stock slumps to an all time low, having fallen 50% since its IPO in May