Monthly Archives: August 2012

Protect Your Small Business from Legal Curveballs

No matter how careful you are with your business there are some problems that you could never predict. Through and through you have thought of all the possible risks that could hurt your small business and have done everything in your power to manage those risks. No matter how conscientious and prudent you are, however, there are […]

Sharing and Social Media – What’s the Point?

Why do People Share Online? The New York Times Study Regarding the Psychology of Sharing There has been an abundance of research on social media, but few have addressed the motivation of “why we share” from a comprehensive perspective. One of the first studies to examine this topic is from Brian Brett’s Psychology of Sharing […]

5 Tips to Get a Head Start on Succession Planning

Succession planning ensures success for your small business after you’re gone. Most small business owners don’t think about succession planning, assuming they’ll be able to run the company, well, forever. However, it’s never too early to start thinking about succession, especially if you’re 10 years out or less. A succession planning consultant should discuss these matters […]

Apple’s iPhone 5 Gets an Early Release

With parts of Apple’s iPhone 5 leaked, does the competition now have the upper hand? Rumor has it that the iPhone 5 will be released this September. Apple has always been secretive about its products and I can only imagine that Apple’s facility looks something like the mysterious Area 51. This time, however, someone was able […]

MyStartupStory: Randy Shiozaki, co-founder of TVplus

TV Plus lets people fully integrate their TV watching experience with the now ubiquitous second screens of smartphones, iPads and other devices in real time. Co-Founder Randy Shiozaki talks about the highs and lows of being an entrepreneur and how competition helps TVplus raise awareness for their product and refine their messaging.