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Silicon Valley was once the place where dreams came true. But as the Bay Area has solidified its reputation, it has also caused a seismic shift in living conditions. Is it worth living there? Are people happy to live there?
It's hard to believe that Bumble, Tinder's biggest competitor was founded by a former team member and partner to one of its co-founders. The Tinder vs Bumble battle has escalated to lawsuits, but that is only the beginning of the fight for the online dating reign.
Steve Jobs saved Pixar, but at a heavy cost. In fact, he almost went bankrupt. Here's the fascinating story of how it happened.
What happened to Subway? It's demise is more than just Jared Foegle. Subway fell because of a lot of factors, many of which contributed to its success.
The Pandora Papers shook the world, but the reality is that tax havens will likely continue to open loopholes for wealthy individuals to pay less taxes.
With a brief declaration on Boosted’s website, Russakow told the world that it “will continue to pursue strategic options under new ownership.” It was the end: Boosted Board out of business.
Kickstarter has become one of the most popular crowdfunding platforms in the world. Some ideas have end up with millions in backing and the biggest kickstarter fails have seen that money dissapear.
While it's likely the source of your smartphone, your computer and the social media platforms you consume, many simply don't know where is Silicon Valley and how this unique piece of land was forged.