In our latest model for Facebook, we have modeled the company’s value at $258 billion. A significant chunk (around 20%) of this valuation, is driven by our estimates on the monetization potential of Instagram
Founders typically establish their high-growth startups as C-corporations under the assumption that venture capitalists will eventually require them to convert into a corporation in order to receive VC
A while back, I sat on a panel at a conference for entrepreneurs. There were three successful entrepreneurs and myself. As usual, the classic question came up, "What does it take to be a successful entrepreneur?"
You’re not going to make it as an entrepreneur. That’s what the math says, anyway. A lack of funding early on is the reason why many companies are forced to fold, which is also why venture capitalists
Its rise has been remarkable. But should aspiring tech hubs really emulate the Big Apple? New York’s rise as a startup hub is a well-known (I’ve written about it a number of times). The Big Apple has from
A tiny startup called Docker, which launched a mere 19 months ago and gives its software away for free, has become a huge industry phenom. The biggest names in tech have been calling it up and asking to
Silicon Valley startup Keyssa is working on a technology it calls "kiss connectivity," which could allow you to transfer a movie as large as "Avatar" between devices in just five seconds, as Bloomberg
Shubham Banerjee may not be the first entrepreneur inspired by Legos, but he is probably the first to raise venture capital for innovating on them. Last month, at the ripe old age of 12, Banerjee landed
We're bringing you advice from those who've lived entrepreneurship themselves. While they may lack the gray beards of wisdom, there's plenty we can learn from these under-40 entrepreneurial experts. 1.
These household names began as less-than-glamourous solutions to problems. Light-bulb moments don’t happen on command, and brainstorming sessions rarely produce extraordinary results. More often it’s random