Good Day, Bad Day
Financial independence, anonymity
OOD DAY FOR: Financial independence, as 61 percent of entrepreneurs in a Discover survey said they wouldn’t give up the independence of running their own business for greater pay working for somebody else. And nearly 70 percent said they didn’t want to grow their businesses much bigger. Only 19 percent said they started a business to earn more money. (Inc.com)
BAD DAY FOR: Anonymity, as Google is gathering even more information about you, buying detailed TV-watching statistics from Neilsen. The deal will help Google push deeper into TV ad sales. “This was a missing piece of puzzle for us,” said Keval Desai, who heads Google’s TV ads-placement division. (AP in BusinessWeek.com)
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