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WORLD'S FIRST LAB-GROWN CHICKEN

A start up in San Fransisco has developed chicken meat by cultivating cow tissues in a sterile environment. A handful of taste-testers were asked to try it and they said the meat tasted just like chicken. Read More>>

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DOGGY BUSINESS WHICH MADE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS

Aaron Hirschhorn had left his pet dog in kennels and had gone on a vacation. When he returned, he saw that his canine was highly traumatized. 37 more words

New Ventures

FORMER BOEING EXECUTIVE LEADS VIRGIN'S SMALLEST VENTURE

Virgin Galactic has announced that it has selected the former Boeing executive to lead its launch project which has become a separate venture. Read More>>

New Ventures

New Begininngs

Its been a while since I’ve penned my thoughts and since my last post so much has changed. Over the past four months or so I got my first physical job, and even though working for someone else is no where near pleasing and I’m currently fighting the urge to resign I’ve met some amazing people who I’m sure I’ll never forget. 256 more words

European Startup Hubs

I’m about to travel to England for the first time. My previous international excursions have been to Mexico, Jamaica, and Bangladesh. In honor of my first trip to Europe, I decided to write a feature on European startup hubs and discuss some of the unique challenges and dynamics that startups face in Europe. 1,377 more words

The Golden Goose

This quilt is part of my money series, dealing with different ways of getting and handling money.  The golden goose is a fable about finding a special goose which lays eggs of gold, thereby making you a fortune by selling the gold.   276 more words

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Learning vs. Staying Informed: an Important Distinction in the Realm of New Ventures

Learning and staying informed are two different paradigms for receiving information and forming a view of the world. While staying informed is to some degree a necessary requirement of learning, on its own it is insufficient for dealing with new ventures. 1,395 more words