It can be tempting to continually build new features, options and details into your products. You want to give your customers even more value but you may be falling short on your current products that got you where you are today. To find out why you should stop building new features and make your current product line the best it can be, I asked a panel of entrepreneurs from YEC the following question: How and when did you realize that it was time to focus on your existing product and stop building new features for it? Their best answers are below:… This story continues at The Next Web
THE owner of Hong Kong’s stock exchange, after years of pinning its growth plans to the city’s tighter integration with China, is changing tack and eyeing technology acquisitions, people with knowledge of the matter said.