This week, Inc. editors and writers talk about how lying seems to have become more acceptable in the days of the Trump presidency, and whether entrepreneurs should value truth over profit. Then the crew discusses how Ticketmaster has created software, intended to prevent scalpers from using ticket-buying bots to gain an advantage in the $8 billion second market for concert tickets. Lastly, we interview Kristine Janhunen, who sold her human capital consulting firm Delivery Point Advisors less than a year after launch.
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