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Entrepreneurial tips from Silicon Valley

Jim Claussen, IBM Manager of Worldwide Industry Ecosystem Market Management, recently blogged about his experiences at the SmartCamp Silicon Valley event. He shared some of the insights and takeaways offered for entrepreneurs with the aim of helping entrepreneurs succeed with their ideas. 373 more words

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U.S. financial firm courts start-ups in Brazil

Vinod Sreeharsha – The New York Times, 07/31/2013

The SVB Financial Group in California has long been an important banker and investor in American venture capital firms and technology start-ups. 90 more words

Nation, Politics & Government

Russell trade working well for financials stocks

The rebalancing of Russell equity indexes on June 22 is providing select U.S. financials stocks a lift, but the window of opportunity is closing fast, says Melissa A. 227 more words

News

Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited Secures $7.0 Million Credit Facility with

February 27, 2012

SANTA CLARA, Calif. and LONDON, UK –– 27 February, 2012 —Cambridge Broadband Networks Limited, a manufacturer of point-to-multipoint packet microwave backhaul solutions for mobile broadband network operators, today announced that it has secured a $7.0 million line of credit from Silicon Valley Bank, the commercial banking division of SVB Financial Group (Nasdaq: SIVB) and financial partner to technology and life science companies worldwide. Read more of this entry

Financial

SVB Financial Group Named One of the Best Companies to Work For by FORTUNE Magazine

SANTA CLARA, Calif. –– January 19, 2012 — SVB Financial Group, the parent company of Silicon Valley Bank, and long term partner to the most innovative companies in the world as well as the premium wine industry, is one of FORTUNE Magazine’s “100 Best Companies to Work For,” according to the list released today. 30 more words

NJTC Information Technology Network

Making ‘Old’ News Relevant

While the media fixates on real-time search – http://www.nytimes.com/2009/10/25/business/25ping.html?ref=technology – Digg is mining dated content in an effort to generate revenue. They may be onto something. 178 more words

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