Temps Get Crushed, Culture Drives Immigration Reform, VC-Turned-Life Coach: July 2By
Temporary workers are “as important to the global economy as shipping containers and Asian garment workers,” writes Michael Grabell. But America’s temps are getting crushed. [ProPublica]
Hollywood hopefuls are moonlighting as drivers for ride-sharing and taxi startups like Lyft, Sidecar, and Uber, writes Salvador Rodrigues. [Los Angeles Times]
The debate over immigration reform is being influenced by cultural change, not economic circumstances, writes Charles Kenny. [Bloomberg Businessweek]
Gene Marks looks back at sequestration’s effect on small businesses. [Huffington Post]
Jason Calacanis talks to venture capitalist-turned-life coach Jerry Colonna about fear of failure and the emotional side of life in startups (video). [This Week in Startups]
See something we missed? Share the most compelling stories about small business and entrepreneurship by tagging them with #SmallBizReads on Twitter.
To continue reading this article you must be a Bloomberg Professional Service Subscriber.
If you believe that you may have received this message in error please let us know.
- Stocks Drop Most in Six Weeks on Trade War Tension: Markets Wrap
- Comedian Byron Allen Buys the Weather Channel for $300 Million
- YouTube Bans Firearms Demo Videos, Entering the Gun Control Debate
- Under Fire and Losing Trust, Facebook Plays the Victim
- Bitcoin Falls on Fears of Regulatory Trouble for Big Crypto Exchange