4/2/07 Carnival of the Capitalists


Welcome to the April 2nd edition of the Carnival of the Capitalists. We have some great posts below, so click on a few and give your business brain some nourishment. We also have lots of hosting spots available, so sign up at The CotC Homepage.

The Best Posts of the Week

Don Dodge writes about how napster changed the world , and looks back seven years with a fresh perspective.

Scott Berkun explains why research labs fail at innovation.

Charles H. Green presents Trust in the Hotel Biz, where he examines the paradox of profits. Focus on customer service instead of profits, and the profits will take care of themselves.

Wayne Hurlbert presents Recession management: Personnel relations. Does a recession lie ahead for the U.S.? If so, here is some advice on how to handle it at your business.


Pawel Brodzinski presents Choosing a Business Model posted at Software Project Management.

Stop The Presses! Newspapers Are Not DOA – (warning that this site is written by someone with ties to the adult industry, and while it is reasonably work safe, it may offend some).


Jim Logan presents Use white papers with caution in complex sales lead generation posted at JS Logan.

Nenad Ristic presents Money Conciousness » 8 Reasons Why I Hate Internet Marketing Videos posted at Money Conciousness.

Ybother presents Top 10 Surefire Ways To Come Up With A Million Dollar Idea posted at A Top Ten List Everyday to Jumpstart Your Knowledge.

Finance, Stocks, and Real Estate

Matthew Ash presents The Picture is Pretty Clear on Equities posted at Trend Analysis LLC.

Silicon Valley Blogger presents 5 Tips For Creating A Solid Investment Plan posted at The Digerati Life.

FMF presents More Thoughts on Asking for a Raise posted at Free Money Finance.

Finacial Hack presents 6 Great (and Free) Spreadsheets To Track Your Budget posted at Financial Hack.

Teri Newton presents Mortgage Impounds – What You Need To Know posted at Personal Finance Advice.

Michael K. Dawson presents We Are Not a Subprime Lender! posted at The Time and Money Group.

James Hamilton of Econbrowser looks at New and existing home sales.

Michael Cook presents Investing in Your Home posted at Suite101: Buying/Selling a Home articles.

Steve Faber presents – Self Employed Retirement Savings – Your Options posted at Debt Free.

Babak presents Looking Over The Shoulders Of A Successful Trader posted at Trader's Narrative.

Leon Gettler presents Gatekeeper lawyers posted at Sox First.

Priya Jestin presents Get Divorced while Screwing the Woman out of Everything posted at 1031 Exchange Lowdown.

Sagar Satapathy presents "Borrowing to Pay Me" and 19 other moronic things people do with credit cards posted at Credit Card Lowdown.

Vihar Sheth presents Sustainable Housing, Rewards and Requirements posted at green | rising.

Small Business

Matthew Paulson presents How to Pay Taxes on Small Business Income posted at Getting Green.

OhCash presents How To Fire Your Client! posted at OhCash.com.

Henry Stern from Insureblog writes about an experience with less than stellar customer service.

John Ingrisano presents "Elvis Has Left the Building" posted at The Freestyle Entrepreneur.


Betsy Flanagan presents Matt Shobe co-founder of FeedBurner posted at Startup Studio.


Wilson ng presents Choose your Battles posted at Reflections of a BizDrivenLife.

Market Poetry tells us what an honest Blackstone filing would look like.

Ted Reimers presents Benefits of getting an MBA posted at CampusGrotto.

Caroline presents I am busy executive with a challenging job. How is brain fitness relevant to me? posted at Brain Fitness Blog.

Next week the carnival visits Show Me The Money.

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  1. Alvaro's Gravatar Comment by Alvaro on April 1st, 2007 at 11:24 pm

    Rob: just linked back. And subscribed to your newsletter, because you have great content. Regards

  2. hgstern's Gravatar Comment by hgstern on April 2nd, 2007 at 8:42 am

    Super job…Thank you for hosting!

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