Where to Find Tax Cheats, Liquor-License Headaches, Higher Gas Taxes: April 16

Illustration by André da Loba

Researchers using IRS data have identified clusters of tax cheats among small business owners near Los Angeles, San Francisco, Atlanta, Houston, and the District of Columbia. The IRS uses the info to target taxpayers for audits, Stephen Ohlemacher reports. [Associated Press]

Prohibition-era liquor laws are holding back development in small New Jersey towns, writes Heather Haddon. [Wall Street Journal]

Emma Bazilian interviews 16-year-old entrepreneur Tavi Gevinson, editor-in-chief of teen fashion magazine Rookie. [Adweek]

Business owners in Virginia and Maryland are grappling with higher fuel taxes, writes J.D. Harrison. [Washington Post]

Matt Murphy, general partner at Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, talks about Google Glass and social messaging apps such as Path and WhatsApp (video). [Bloomberg Television]

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