Don't want to sound clueless about the innovation economy? Check in every Friday for these weekly recaps to learn the latest tech, startup and small-business news in a snap. In this week's edition:
- The SEC just passed a new rule that could change how small businesses raise capital.
- E-commerce giant Amazon says the U.S. is falling behind other countries in unmanned aviation technology and that the FAA is to blame.
- In venture capital news, Laura Entis writes that Slack, a messaging startup aiming to kill redundant work e-mails, hit a valuation of $2 billion. Find out which major companies use Slack and what the hype is all about.
- And as valuations for tech companies soar, an early investor in Google and PayPal says the tech bubble is ready to burst.