Security Cameras for Sales, Hidden Tolls of Entrepreneurship, Perils of Phone Charging: August 26

Illustration by André da Loba

Shop owners are using security cameras to boost business, writes Amy Westervelt. One technique: Keeping track of where customers tend to linger. [Wall Street Journal]

Jessica Bruder writes about the hidden psychological and emotional tolls of entrepreneurship. [Inc.]

Peter Sunde, co-founder of peer-to-peer sharing site Pirate Bay, says we should stop celebrating entrepreneurs, according to Tom Cheredar. [VentureBeat]

Seth Goodall talks about his new job as the New England administrator for the SBA, and how sequestration and the Affordable Care Act will affect the state of Maine. [Bangor Daily News]

TrustedSec Chief Executive Officer David Kennedy says that using a public outlet to charge your phone could make you vulnerable to hackers (video). [Bloomberg Television]

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