Myspace Mafia, Aloha to Obamacare, Bored By 'Titstare' App: Sept. 10

Myspace Mafia, Aloha to Obamacare, Bored By 'Titstare' App: Sept. 10
A daily roundup of the most compelling stories for small business and entrepreneurs (Illustration by Andr?? da Loba)
Illustration by André da Loba

Companies founded by former Myspace employees are contributing to Los Angeles’ growing startup ecosystem, writes Eilene Zimmerman. [New York Times]

Obamacare’s employer mandate doesn’t faze business owners in Hawaii, which has for nearly 49 years required employers to offer health insurance to workers who log more than 19 hours a week, writes Kyle Cheney. [Politico]

Employees at small businesses often pay higher fees on their 401(k)s than do workers at larger companies, writes Sheyna Steiner. [Bankrate]

Women 2.0 Chief Executive Officer Shaherose Charania has a list of things she’d rather talk about than the “Titstare” app presentation at TechCrunch Disrupt. [Women 2.0]

Growth in the craft beer business has made Boston Beer founder James Koch a billionaire (video). [Bloomberg Television]

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