Reselling Skater Fashion for Millions, McSweeney's $15 Crowdfunding Campaign, $1 Million for Safer Guns: Nov. 7

Reselling Skater Fashion for Millions, McSweeney's $15 Crowdfunding Campaign, $1 Million for Safer Guns: Nov. 7
A daily roundup of the most compelling stories for small business and entrepreneurs (Illustration by Andr?? da Loba)
Illustration by André da Loba

David Shapiro talks to an anonymous merchant who says he’s bringing in millions reselling items from the skater-inspired fashion brand Supreme. [New Yorker]

Eric Holtzclaw has the lowdown on new telemarketing regulations. [Washington Post]

Publishing house McSweeney’s launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise $15, writes Catherine Clifford. It reached 39,573 percent of its goal by 4 p.m. [Entrepreneur]

A group of Silicon Valley entrepreneurs is funding a $1 million prize to encourage the development of technologies that reduce gun violence, writes Chuck Salter. [Fast Company]

Customers at Edward Belden’s Los Angeles ice cream shop, Peddler’s Creamery, churn their own ice cream by riding stationary bicycles (video). [Fox Business]

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