Each week, our editors round up the most compelling entrepreneurial news and advice. Here are this week’s highlights.
Would You Fire Someone for Pumping Breast Milk?
A Houston judge ruled that a Texas woman fired for pumping while at work was not discriminated against since "lactation is not pregnancy, childbirth, or a related medical condition.” Plus: Get more advice on firing.
Increasing Minimum Wage: The Impact on Small Business
The Center for Economic and Policy Research, a liberal economic think tank in Washington, D.C., has a new report out about low-wage work in rich countries. Here’s a look at the findings. Plus: Read more on the economy.
How It Works: Groupon
Everyone's heard a horror story about a Groupon deal gone awry, but there's a reason why daily deals have become so ubiquitous among small-business owners in the last three years. Here’s how to use it to your company’s benefit. Plus: Get more tech tips.
How to Become the CEO of Your Life
Guy Kawasaki shares an essay by renowned hotelier Chip Conely on how he became the chief emotions officer of his life, and how you can, too. Plus: Read more on leadership
How to Make Your Mobile Marketing Succeed in 2012
Considering adding a new mobile element to your marketing strategy this year? AT&T shares some tips on how to ensure it gets results. Plus: Get more advice on mobile marketing.
12 Most Effective Ways to Engage on Twitter
Even though Facebook tends to dominate the social web, Twitter is an important tool for social sharing and for building your own community. Here’s how to increase your engagement. Plus: Get more tips on social networking.