Co-Vacationing, Immigrant Entrepreneurs, No-Interest Loans: July 3

Illustration by André da Loba

Microlender Kiva is partnering with e-commerce startup Zaarly to make no-interest loans to help small businesses expand online, according to Carmel DeAmicis. [PandoDaily]

Three Harvard Business School experts on entrepreneurship and finance have doubts about the usefulness of equity crowdfunding, writes Michael Blanding. [HBS]

Catherine Rampell digs into the data on immigrant entrepreneurs. [New York Times]

Co-vacationing homes are the logical next step after co-working spaces, writes Freelancers Union founder Sara Horowitz. [Atlantic]

Ally and Jack Downey talk about their startup WeeSpring, which they aspire to make the Yelp for baby products (video). [Bloomberg TV]

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