Some busy entrepreneurs may struggle with tracking the latest news on innovation and startups. We're here to help with our weekly recap of top headlines:
- Apple wins a decade-old lawsuit involving iPods; it was brought by 8 million consumers who purchased the device from 2006 to 2009.
- Geoff Weiss reports on how Cards Against Humanity sold out 30,000 packages of actual "B.S." in 30 minutes. Would this Black Friday stunt work for any quirky startup?
- And Laura Entis covers how Liam Neeson -- and his famously soothing and sage voice -- could be the answer to improving your LinkedIn profile. When was the last time someone in your network endorsed your job skills?