This week’s edition of the Carnival of the Capitalists is now available over at the Gill Blog. The Carnival of the Capitalists is a weekly roundup of business writings from different blogs on topics related to business and economics — more information about Carnival can be found here.
Be sure to check out the entry by Noah Wasserman, a professor at Harvard Business School. He explains how entrepreneurs sometimes have to choose between “building valuable companies in which they are minor players (being ‘Rich’) versus being major players in less-valuable companies (being ‘King’).”
Don’t miss the entry from Idea Flow, on the topic of making sure your business gives customers what they actually need, not what you think they should have.