Making Halloween Costumes Grislier, Small Business Lending Slows, Pizza by Drone: Oct. 31By
New York City is planning a new high school that won’t have its own building but will operate instead at multiple sites shared with startups, Sarah Darville reports. [Gotham Schools]
A former NASA engineer is expanding a costume business that incorporates smartphones and tablets that display grisly images. [Bloomberg Businessweek]
Olga Kharif writes that venture capitalists are betting on future uses for drones, which may one day deliver your dinner. [Bloomberg News]
Tech startups usually do a poor job selling themselves to marketers and brands, writes Andrew McMains. [Adweek]
Small business lending slowed in September, writes Gabrielle Karol, citing PayNet research. [Fox Business]
Health and Human Services Secretary Kathleen Sebelius testified before a House committee on problems with the launch of healthcare.gov (video). [Bloomberg Television]
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