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SEC Rule Change Gives Startups An A+ For Capital Formation

Editor’s Note: Chris Tyrrell is the chief executive of OfferBoard Group, and Chair of the industry trade association CFIRA.  

Earlier this week, the Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) announced a new set of rules implementing Title IV of the JOBS Act. 704 more words


Spear-Phishing Could Enable Cyberterrorism Attacks Against The U.S.

Editor’s note: Tom Chapman is a former Navy intelligence officer who now serves as director of cyber operations at cybersecurity firm Edgewave

If terrorists ever orchestrate a cyberattack against the U.S., the odds are 9 in 10 that spear-phishing will be the first step of their assault. 1,270 more words


It's Bunny Season: The Reese's Peanut Butter Egg Drops A Little Bop Upside All The Other Candy Eggs

We’ve rounded into Late Lent, folks; Easter is everywhere.

This means all sorts of things. Lots of pastels. Horrifying rabbits. Saran wrapped baskets.

That grass. 690 more words



Wowza this week has been busy.

Yesterday I was in London, exploring the Georgian-looking Waterstone’s opposite UCL, AND THERE WERE ISSUES OF THE NEW YORKER… 531 more words


Blogging on Tremr: Updated Weekly

Hi everyone! I recently started interning with a start-up blogging platform called Tremr. First of all, you should check it out and maybe start using it. 129 more words

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Welch Gambles On A Transcendent Moment

There is something special about him. He called himself a gambler Friday night after his team won the State Division I Bowl championship, coming back from a nine-point deficit in the fourth quarter. 956 more words


Rotavac is not India's first indigenous vaccine

While the recently released low-cost rotavirus vaccine, Rotavac, is a great achievement for the country, it is not the “first indigenously developed vaccine”, as the… 679 more words