Donating Apps to India, White Privilege, Making Dress Shirts in America: August 19

Illustration by André da Loba

Menlo Ventures partner Karl Mehta wants to get 1 million programmers to volunteer time to develop mobile apps that can help people in India. [AllThingsD]

Internet scammers have been targeting small business owners, writes Susan Tompor. A common ploy asks targets for $150 to compile corporate records. [USA Today]

After a study found that people who committed illicit or risky acts as youth were more likely to start a business, Jordan Weissmann asks whether entrepreneurship is the ultimate white privilege. [Atlantic]

Ashley Lee has advice for business owners who are forced to relocate. [Entrepreneur]

Designer Kevin Stewart talks about manufacturing men’s dress shirts in the U.S. and selling them online (video). [Fox Business]

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