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Entrepreneurship News Round-Up: Week of 7/13/2009

Posted by: Thom Ruhe on July 13, 2009 Source: e360 Blog

Fast Company explains How the Tech Boom Terminated California's Economy and that the dot.com boom and subsequent, inevitable bust are the real causes of our economic malaise. 

Dr. Jeff Cornwall shares an article by John Tozzi at Business Week on the benefits of opening your companies books to your employees citing the following reasons: it improves accountability for all in the business, enhances decision making by gaining insights from those involved in the day-to-day management, and builds a unity of purpose toward surviving the current economic times.

Anita Campbell describes the power of YouTube and the effect it can have by sharing the story of Dave Carroll and his 4-minute song "United breaks guitars" which has received over 2 million views and +12K comments—most of which are somewhat negative toward United Airlines.

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