Lolly Wolly Doodle founder Brandi Temple explains why you shouldn't think twice about choosing an eccentric company name.
E lizabeth Holmes has landed on the cover of Fortune, Forbes, the New Yorker and — against her wishes, before the company officially came out of hiding — the San Francisco Business Times. Not bad for barely 30, but Holmes checks offShow More Summary
T elevision networks and cable providers have come to a disheartening conclusion over the past few years, and it's that people between the ages of 18 and 24 don't watch television like they used to. Their media consumption habits are...Show More Summary
I t's a new era for U.S.-Cuba relations. But here's a question. If startups start springing up on the island, what's the new buzzword? We're going with Silicon Antilles. You read it here first. Here's what else is on our radar today. Say it ain't so! Expect a kinder, gentler Valleywag in 2015. Show More Summary
W hat one tip do you have for founders who want to bring a new partner into an existing business? Go to a Startup Weekend "I met my current business partner during a Startup Weekend competition. We had 54 hours of highly stressful, complicated tasks to complete for our team. Show More Summary
A merican Apparel founder Dov Charney, who is now gone from the company he started, did not have a graceful cake and champagne kind of departure. It was ugly. The board suspended Charney as CEO in June, but kept him on as a consultant...Show More Summary
A look at the hottest deals, business moves and upstart entrepreneurs for December 17 from around the country, as reported by The Business Journals and other local business publications. Deals and money plays Silicon Valley… LendingClub's...Show More Summary
V ivek Wadwha says new trillion-dollar industries are on the verge of wiping out existing trillion-dollar industries, in a video released yesterday by Big Think. The revolution, he says, has already begun in manufacturing and other industries,...Show More Summary
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