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And there you have it... The answer might be in direct line between The Valley and The White House, or it might be only in
AOL co-founder Steve Case sits down with HuffPost Live to discuss his book "The Third Wave: An Entrepreneur’s Vision of the
On left, Jordan Matelsky, Chief Technology Officer, and on right, Seal-Bin Han, Chief Executive Officer. Photos: FitMango
Chatting over slices of chocolate pie in a diner, a lunchtime roundtable in a living room, and a packed, high-energy event: all these scenes are very familiar every four years in New Hampshire during Presidential primary season. Yet on October 1st, we saw the same scenes, with a different focus: startups.
For diners, what we're seeing are innovations in the reservations arena. We also see lots of movement in the delivery space
The Keywell Foundation, committed to support and advance the work of social entrepreneurs and innovators globally as well
"We have brought together an amazing coalition of good for a historic competition that we hope will inspire and accelerate
Last month Techonomy hosted a dinner in New York, and our guests wanted relentlessly to talk about data. Where will society produce it? How much can we manage? Who will control it? What will they do to us with it? How can individuals retain influence over it?
Atlanta has, in my experience, never been the easiest place to be an entrepreneur.
Collaboration is like riding a bus. You may not get to pick the route, food, or snacks; you may have to wait for other people; and you just might be crammed a little together.
These small, invitation-only congresses bring together Wealth, Politics, Business, and Government as well as Education and Disruptive Innovation and are a winning formula for stimulating growth, forging new partnerships, and in this case, the reinvention of industrial power.
The second theme coursing through the Summit was that of "disruptive thinking," exemplified by Peter Thiel, cofounder of
The new school has arrived, ushering in more than 80 million classmates, better known as the millennial generation. This
I know, people tend to take the current state of a region and erroneously think it's been that way forever, or that it will stay that way forever. But the vitality of urban areas are fluid -- prone to decline and rebirth, just like everything else.
Once a year, Empact brings America's top young entrepreneurs together to share their ideas and form new relationships during the Empact Summit. I recently caught up with Sheena LIndahl and asked her to tell me more about the Empact 100 Showcase and the value of entrepreneurship.
Author Michael Pollan discussed how "the government subsidizes the causes of type 2 diabetes and then spends a fortune treating