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Jan. 10, 2014 7:15 am

‘Stop talking and build your business’: Dave Troy [Links]

"Entrepreneurs get caught up worrying about all kinds of shiny objects: tech trends, investors, hot markets, compensation schemes, founder personalities, community — you name it. Those things are interesting, but there’s only one thing that matters: building a sustainable business."

Stop Talking and Build Your Business [Dave Troy's blog]: “Entrepreneurs get caught up worrying about all kinds of shiny objects: tech trends, investors, hot markets, compensation schemes, founder personalities, community — you name it. Those things are interesting, but there’s only one thing that matters: building a sustainable business.”

Open Data a Boon for Entrepreneurs [The Wall Street Journal]: “More cities are putting information on everything from street-cleaning schedules to police-response times and restaurant inspection reports in the public domain, in the hope that people will find a way to make money off the data.”

Visit Baltimore CEO expects 2014 to be a ‘banner year’ for tourism [Baltimore Business Journal]: “While strong citywide conventions are scheduled throughout the year, major city events will also help fill down time — and hotel rooms — between them. This year, Baltimore will play host to Star-Spangled Spectacular, the Army-Navy football game, the NCAA Lacrosse Final Four and the CAA Men’s Basketball Championship.”

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