Bitcoin Arrest, Serious About Crowdfunding, Ultrasounds in 3D: Jan. 28By
Charlie Shrem, chief executive of bitcoin exchange BitInstant, was arrested at John F. Kennedy airport in New York and charged with money laundering, writes Jessica Roy. [ Time.com ]
American politicians may love factory jobs, but the work isn’t coming back, writes Charles Kenny. [ Businessweek.com ]
Sam Guzik says a recent speech by U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission Chair Mary Jo White shows that the government is serious about implementing rules to allow equity crowdfunding. [ Crowdfund Insider ]
GoDaddy is launching a new service called Get Found to help small businesses update their online profiles, writes Mark O’Neill. [ Small Business Trends ]
Entrepreneurs Katie and Gerard Bessette are using 3D printing to turn ultrasounds into three-dimensional models of in utero babies (video). [ Fox Business ]
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