Each week, our editors round up the most compelling entrepreneurial news and advice. Here are this week’s highlights.
Raising Capital Just Got a Little Easier
CapLinked, which offers an online platform for managing capital raising, has scored another $500,000 in angel funding. (Its total: $1.4 million.) Plus: Get more tips managing your money.
Good Culture Is In, Inflated Salaries Are Out
In her latest column, Alexandra Levit addresses why employees at all levels are stepping away from positions that will pay them the highest salary, and moving into ones that provide them a better quality of life. Plus: Get more tips on work-life balance.
CES Unveils 8 New Tablets: Which Will You Choose?
The tablet market continues to expand this year, and many new versions were introduced this week at the 2012 Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. Plus: Get more tech tips.
To What Lengths Would Your Employees Go for a Vacation?
Mismatching, poorly aligned fonts on a (forged) death certificate brought about the firing of a New York City schools employee who'd whipped up the faux document so she could have a few extra vacation days in Costa Rica. Plus: Get more tips on offering employee benefits.
How to Get Crowdfunding for Your Business
Now there's a Kickstarter for small business. New York City-based Lucky Ant launched Jan. 2, hoping to link small businesses with their neighborhoods (and, of course, make some money in the process). Plus: Get more on local businesses.