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World Startup Report research on the biggest Internet companies across 50 countries. The insights that will make you look outside Silicon Valley and the US.
Things to Know about the World of Internet Companies
Last summer in Boston, the Trustee Leadership Forum for Retirement Security held its annual meeting at Harvard’s Kennedy School. Trustees and representatives of various state pension funds listened to explanations about the challenges facing endowments and pension funds. The conference is an attempt to explain why so many state pensions are underfunded and underperforming. The…Read More
“Why Uber just might be worth it at $18 billion‘ It’s all anybody talks about, other than Airbnb. This exalted status used to be occupied by music. How did this happen? Interestingly, Travis Kalanick, Uber’s majordomo, used to be in the file-trading business, with a company called Scour, you know how that turned out, the…Read More
Once upon a time you wanted to be a musician. You saw the Beatles on “Ed Sullivan,” heard the catchy tunes, saw the screaming girls, and said…I WANT TO DO THAT! No longer. No one’s got tunes that catchy, hell, do you really want to be Pharrell singing “Happy”? And the lifestyle of musicians pales…Read More
Spreading Sunshine in Private Equity Andrew J. Bowden, Director, Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations Private Equity International (PEI), Private Fund Compliance Forum 2014 New York, NY May 6, 2014 Andrew J. Bowden is the Securities and Exchange Commission’s Director of Office of Compliance Inspections and Examinations (OCIE) and will lead its National Exam…Read More
Those almost 10,000 early investors on Kickstarter participated in one of history’s most lucrative funding rounds from the perspective of the people receiving the funding: a $2.4 million early-stage investment in what would become a $2 billion business in a year and a half, in return for 0.0% equity.” – WSJ’s Corporate Intelligence on…Read More
How to be more innovative? Some advice from the experts on how to design your personal innovation roadmap — in three steps. How to Be An Innovator: Your Personal Roadmap from Sidneyeve Matrix Slides from a keynote presentation prepared for Queen’s School of Business Innovation Summit, 2014.