As you may have heard if you follow the major business stories, Twitter just named their founder, Jack Dorsey, permanent CEO. This is interesting as he, not long ago, left Twitter and founded payment processor Square. But now - with full force - he's back, and the business community seems excited about it. While they look to the future of what Twitter may do (as we will likely do Friday), let's take a look to a past interview that Dorsey gave at Oxford University to find out what leadership like his can teach us.
This week it looks like there has been a little research and a lot of legislation for small businesses. The California Paid Sick Leave law took effect, changing many companies' payroll structures. A study shows that student loan debt is directly linked to small business success, and I think you'll be surprised how. And Arizona has some great places to start a business. Here's what's happening this week.
Password security is a big deal. Expect to see me write about it more in the future. Today we'll look at Carnegie-Melon University Researcher Lorrie Faith Cranor's study on password generation and what makes a strong password. It's definitely worth your time.
For the month of April we will be running our 30 Days of Answers series, where we answer 30 of the biggest questions people have for us before they do business with us. Today is day twenty: How Much Time Does Visceral Concepts Spend Planning and Researching Before A Project?