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License123 launches as a one-stop shop for all new-business licenses

License123 helps you find and file all the licenses, permits and DBAs you need to launch a company

thenextweb.com
Document-sharing service DocStoc has updated its License123 service and now small businesses can access the database site to find not only the licenses and permits needed to launch a company anywhere around the United States, but also get “Doing Business As” (DBA)  information and paperwork. Last year, the company debuted at the LAUNCH...
License123 helps you find and file all the licenses, permits and DBAs you need to launch a company

Welcome to LA: Your video guide to Los Angeles startup culture

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This embed is invalid [Video produced by Kym McNicholas and Michael Carney, filmed by Billy Ferguson, edited/scored by David Holmes] Palm trees, beaches, Hollywood, and traffic. These are the things most people think of when they hear the letters “L-A.” But it’s not all glamour and gridlock. Los Angeles is...
Welcome to LA: Your video guide to Los Angeles startup culture
Docstoc's blockbuster premier: an MBA-level video series for small businesses [exclusive]

Docstoc Releases New iPad Apps Focused On Helping SMBs Streamline Their Businesses

techcrunch.com
DocStoc, a document sharing site has been focusing on providing bundles of premium professional documents for businesses for some time now. But today, the startup is expanding to producing articles and videos related to starting and running a business, providing more than just form documents for professionals. Docstoc has launched...
Docstoc Releases New iPad Apps Focused On Helping SMBs Streamline Their Businesses

Docstoc launches video program for its 30m users, may raise funds for acquisitions, but not service

thenextweb.com
Docstoc, the document-sharing service that focuses on helping small business operators start and grow their companies, has a new video course designed to help offer advice and education for entrepreneurs. With over 30 million registered users and 25 million documents shared on the site, the company has been focused on...
Docstoc launches video program for its 30m users, may raise funds for acquisitions, but not service

Why CrunchGov Is Endorsing Eric Garcetti For Mayor Of LA

techcrunch.com
“Los Angeles is an underachieving city,” wrote the Los Angeles Times in its 2013 mayoral endorsement. ”The candidate with the most potential to rise to the occasion and lead Los Angeles out of its current malaise and into a more sustainable and confident future is Eric Garcetti.” An overwhelming number of...
Why CrunchGov Is Endorsing Eric Garcetti For Mayor Of LA
DocStoc unleashes 30 free iPad and iPhone apps for business types

DocStoc Launches Online Document Store

gigaom.com
DocStoc, the cloud-based document-hosting service, has launched an iTunes-style online store and related selling features that allow any individual or corporate user to sell documents either through the DocStoc site or via the service’s embedded document viewer. Founder and CEO Jason Nazar said in an interview in advance of...
DocStoc Launches Online Document Store

Web Publishing Startup DocStoc Now Offers Branded Viewers To Users

techcrunch.com
Web publishing startup DocStoc is launching a customized document viewer today, allowing anyone to create easily embeddable, branded document viewers. The new feature is open to all DocStoc users and offers the ability to customize the logo, buttons, links, and color of the viewer. The viewer itself is fairly...
Web Publishing Startup DocStoc Now Offers Branded Viewers To Users

DocStoc Debuts Marketplace For Professional Documents

techcrunch.com
For web publishing startups like Scribd and DocStoc, premium content is the viable business model to monetize their platforms. For example. Scribd has signed a number of deals with publishers to sell online books to users on the site. Today, DocStoc is officially opening up its premium content channel,...
DocStoc Debuts Marketplace For Professional Documents
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