Obamacare Exchanges Open, Fake Yelp Reviews, Conflicting Immigration Rules: Oct. 1By
With Obamacare health exchanges opening today, Alex Nussbaum answers common questions on a new way of buying health insurance. [Bloomberg News]
Ami Kassar describes the dangerous appeal of alternative lending. [New York Times]
Yelp discards 25 percent of local business reviews submitted to the site, including those that appear to be written by business owners themselves, writes Emil Protalinski. [The Next Web]
Multilevel marketing company Vemma is presenting an energy drink called Verve to college students as the means to a flashy lifestyle, reports Michelle Celarier. [New York Post]
Conflicting state and federal immigration rules often confuse employers, says Tom Sullivan (video). [Fox Business]
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