The death of the static homepage, immigrant entrepreneurs, and health care’s sticker shock—here’s what I’ve been reading lately.
For the past few years, I have been telling businesses that they need content on their website's homepage updated often. This article takes that to the next level: personalized content.
Is surfing the new golf? This is a cool article on some NYC area entrepreneurs that are bonding over waves. What's next? Chess? Ping pong?
A disproportionate percentage of immigrants to the US are entrepreneurs. We need to make it easier for them to immigrate here.
One of the best articles I have read in a long time. True story about leadership and government and a businessman standing up to Congress.
I have said for a long time that the Affordable Care Act solved less than 50 percent of the problems with health care and made the system worse for most people. This article does a great job of tackling the challenge that should have been dealt with first: rising costs.
Robert Levin is the Editor-in-Chief and Publisher of The New York Enterprise Report. Levin has extensive experience with midsize and small businesses, having previously held CEO, CFO, and COO positions with companies in several industries. He is also a contributor for The Huffington Post. Levin can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org and (212) 307-6760.