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Need a room painted? This new startup wants to streamline the whole process

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By Catherine Clifford, Entrepreneur.com

The Internet has solved many of life’s little headaches. 408 more words


The Unconventional 40 Under 40: The REAL Difference Makers In Tech and Business

Unsatisfied with Fortune’s choices for the most influential people in business, Tech Republic came up with their own ’40 under 40′ list of leaders affecting change and making positive impacts on the world. 2,027 more words


Greetings from Oslo Innovation Week: An Insider Guide to Norway's Capital City

I’m writing to you from Oslo, the beautiful capital of Norway. Although it’s a bit chillier here than I expected, I’m enjoying connecting with my fellow innovators at… 915 more words


Farts, Zombies & E-sports: Takeaways from the Tech Writers' Panel at Austin Startup Week

If you attended PR over Coffee’s 2nd Tech Writers’ Panel last week – graciously hosted by TechStars in their sweetly remodeled space at 412 Congress here in the ATX – then you know how lively it got once the writers started riffing on questions from the audience. 768 more words

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On September 19, 2014, Alibaba debuted on the NYSE, raising $21.8 billion at a market capitalization of $231 billion making it not only the biggest tech IPO in US but also the biggest in US history. 980 more words

Ride-sharing wars rage on as Uber hires former Lyft COO VanderZanden

The fierce Uber-Lyft rivalry has already revealed its share of name-calling, with accusations flying back and forth between the two ride-sharing startups. The two companies have even been rumored to be actively recruiting each other’s drivers. 323 more words


Think you need an MBA to start a company? Not anymore.

The Wall Street Journal recently published an article on entrepreneurs looking to alternatives to MBA programs as their primary method of education while they get their businesses off the ground. 338 more words