An entranceway that sparks joy As a self-proclaimed tidying freak, I can tell the state of a person’s closets the instant I set foot in the doorway. One client’s front entranceway was jammed with shoes
Who makes more money, entrepreneurs or venture capitalists? I recently came across an interesting Quora response from a friend and one of my favorite co-investors, Jason Lemkin. The Answer: “Yes and No”
Virtual reality is slowly pushing film into an evolutionary split. To one side are the traditional linear narrative techniques. To the other sits the multipath nature of interactivity. Interlude, a content
Arguably the most important decision founders ever make is: who is the first person I should bring into the company? The right answer to that question is very different today than just a few years ago.
Whether you are experienced in the workings of the financial markets or have no finance background at all there's a title out there to suit you When I am asked if I can recommend clear and easy-to-read
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By Emma Brown Emma Brown Investigative reporter Email Bio Follow Kindergartners who share, cooperate and are helpful are more likely to have a college degree and a job 20 years later than children who
Perhaps as a child, you thought that playing with Lego was all you wanted to do for the rest of your life. (Perhaps you’ve even felt this way as an adult.) The University of Cambridge might have the perfect
You'll spend most of your "summer off" working. 1. Summer off? Not so much. When I first considered leaving my journalism career to become a journalism professor, the academic calendar helped make up mind.
Chasing investors instead of customers is the most common way startups destroy themselves. It is a perfectly avoidable path to destruction. Over 600,000 companies go out of business every year in the alone.
Despite his rocky beginning, Picasso, whose birthday is Oct. 25, became one of the most influential artists of the early 20th century, and has a lasting legacy that pushes our creative boundaries today.
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NEW YORK -- The Fifth Avenue Apple store, known as the Cube, is a destination for gadget enthusiasts and tourists alike. Just five blocks south on the famed roadway, Microsoft is hoping to capture that
The two companies have been partners for decades but now, they have a new common competitor: IBM. This now that IBM has sold its Intel-based computer server business to Lenovo and is now concentrating
Try as I might, it’s hard to keep up with every single gadget/device/connected toy released, and Anki’s Drive racing game totally passed me by first time around. However, the company has just released
Lately, it seems to be a big source of agitation for top venture capitalists and CEOs. Venture capitalist Mark Suster, recently called "BS on 50 new billion-dollar US companies in just 18 months," but