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We've all seen the news: the startup world is navigating challenging waters. As a founder myself, it's hard to talk about these topics, but we have to for one reason: I've noticed that the headlines fail to dive deep into what's happening and why it matters.
That's the promise of virtual and augmented reality and, even though we’ve known about it for some time, it's all over the news at the moment.
50% of US small businesses and startups are owned by people 55 or older. Many of them have no succession plan.
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.