Category Archives: Starting a new business

Y Combinator: The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies in 2012 | Fast Company

Startup is the loneliest thing, good words but not with a team. It is nice to have like minded people get together, though! It’s nice to check weekly progresses as well But the secret of YC’s success–more than 25 of … Continue reading

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Bailouts for Startups, Tough Love for Corporate America | BostInno

Agreed with the idea! Startups need and deserve the tender loving cares as that’s good for the whole business.  Unlike some who claim that entrepreneurs just love taking risks, I believe good entrepreneurs hate risks as much as anyone else, … Continue reading

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A Beginner’s Guide to the Nordic Startup Ecosystem – Forbes

The Nordic region, defined as Denmark, Iceland, Finland, Norway, and Sweden (and less formally Estonia), is responsible for a disproportionate share of European innovation. via A Beginner’s Guide to the Nordic Startup Ecosystem – Forbes.

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Does The Online Education Revolution Mean The Death Of The Diploma? | Co.Exist: World changing ideas and innovation

While I treasure self initiated learning deeply, the reality is that for now most people still need that diploma paper. Online learning will be institutionalized one day, when the need for diploma will be satisfied. What we’re witnessing is a … Continue reading

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Pinterest Hits 10 Million U.S. Monthly Uniques Faster Than Any Standalone Site Ever -comScore | TechCrunch

How fast things can change online! There is a fad factor involved in any social media network, which means for no obvious reasons people shift sites. This makes valuation of FB very different and difficult. Adjusted PV alone is unlikely … Continue reading

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Facebook Valuation: We Dont Know What We Dont Know – Forbes

Some detailed figure on FB valuation. I would not bet on its high value, mainly because it’s gonna slow down in the number of MAUs (monthly active users) in the US and non-China world. It is unlikely to achieve high … Continue reading

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Facebook: Here Are the 35 Things That Could Kill Our Company 译言网原文

A perfect example where real entrepreneurs take calculated risks. There are preaches flying around claiming (essentially) that entrepreneurs are blind risk takers. They move without any no clue what the outcomes will look like. That kind of entrepreneurs do not … Continue reading

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