Mormon Entrepreneur is a magazine dedicated to covering the Latter-day Saint business world. It is published online every other month. The current edition contains fascinating interviews with five founders of genealogy businesses:
Russell Wilding, Footnote.com Founder & CEO, who describes the technology challenges of digitizing microfilm.
Paul Allen, FamilyLink.com Founder & CEO; Ancestry.com Founder, who describes the fun and difficulties of starting a business.
Alan Eaton, OneGreatFamily.com Founder & CEO, who describes the intricacies of building huge databases.
Janet Hovorka, Generation Maps Founder & Development Director, who describes the presentation of genealogy information in a visual manner that is easy to understand, including one chart they made that was eight hundred feet of charts displaying 30,000 people. She also talks about what it took to start the company with her husband Kim.
John Vilburn, Ohana Software Founder & CEO, who describes the reasons for his company's software, his relationship with the FamilySearch group at the LDS church, and why he moved to Hawaii while in the midst of developing his company's product.
Interesting reading! You can find all the interviews at http://www.mormonentrepreneur.net.