Obamacare Exchanges Open, Fake Yelp Reviews, Conflicting Immigration Rules: Oct. 1

Obamacare Exchanges Open, Fake Yelp Reviews, Conflicting Immigration Rules: Oct. 1
A daily roundup of the most compelling stories for small business and entrepreneurs (Illustration by Andr?? da Loba)
Illustration by André da Loba

With Obamacare health exchanges opening today, Alex Nussbaum answers common questions on a new way of buying health insurance. [Bloomberg News]

Ami Kassar describes the dangerous appeal of alternative lending. [New York Times]

Yelp discards 25 percent of local business reviews submitted to the site, including those that appear to be written by business owners themselves, writes Emil Protalinski.  [The Next Web]

Multilevel marketing company Vemma is presenting an energy drink called Verve to college students as the means to a flashy lifestyle, reports Michelle Celarier. [New York Post]

Conflicting state and federal immigration rules often confuse employers, says Tom Sullivan (video). [Fox Business]

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