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6 things startups need to know about venture capitalists

39 minutes agoTechnology : Venture Beat

SPONSORED: This sponsored post is produced by Klipfolio. Every startup needs capital — money it can use to either get off the ground or ramp up growth. Knowing when to seek outside investment from venture capitalists can be a big decision for startups. Unfortunately, too many startups don’t know enough about how the VC investor system works. […]

Robert Herjavec's 3 Lessons for Small Business Growth

The 'Shark Tank' investor talks about what you can learn from his new online series, 'Small Business Revolution on Main Street.'

Scientists Say Hipster Honey Could Actually Save Lives

A new study from the University of Southampton found that manuka honey solution could be used to prevent the growth of bacteria on hospital equipment.

Nike Seen on Track for Long-Run Growth Despite Tough Competition

Nike Inc, the world's No. 1 footwear maker, will continue to dominate the sportswear market despite intensifying competition in North America, analysts said on Wednesday, a day after the company reported "futures orders" below estimates.

Yes, there’ll be ads in VR – but they needn’t be shitty

Each week we’re profiling one promising company that’s been selected for SCALE – our early-stage startup growth program. Catch up with 60 of the world’s hottest startups at TNW Momentum in New York on November 16th. This week we bring you VIRE, a startup looking to revolutionize advertising within virtual and augmented experiences. Show More Summary

The Sky Is Falling! Growth in World Trade Is Slowing

The establishment types are pulling out all the stops in trying to resuscitate the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Hence we get a report from the OECD on the declining in the growth rate of world trade and a front page article highlighting the report in the Washington Post. I haven't read the report carefully, but it is worth making two quick points. Show More Summary

'See You at the Pole' 2016: Sadie Robertson Joins Millions of Teenagers Praying at Schools, Crying Out to God

While national statistics show a rising growth of unbelief among young people, millions of teenagers from across America and the world are gathering before school hours on Wednesday to cry out to God together in prayer for the annual "See You at the Pole" event.

Nexus Backed Druva Raises $51M in Funding to Support Its Aggressive Growth Strategy

Druva, the leader in cloud data protection and information management, today announced $51 million in funding that will further drive the company’s

Four myths about slums: 'Don't assume people want to leave'

Why are some people against investing money to improve the quality of life for residents in informal settlements? We look at some typical misconceptions “One thing that is poorly understood is population growth in Africa,” says William Cobbett, director of Cities Alliance. Show More Summary

Job Growth In Swing States Isn't As Bad As Presidential Candidates Say

Key battleground states of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Florida are experiencing steady job growth, in spite of what Donald Trump tells you. Key battleground states of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and Florida are experiencing steady job growth, in spite of what Donald Trump tells you. Show More Summary

California's housing shortage will hamper the economy, reports say

The dearth of housing in California will put a drag on the state’s economic growth, according to two new studies.  California will continue to pile on jobs in 2017, but its advantage over the rest of the country will shrink in the future, say a report from UC Riverside and another from UCLA. The...

Three neoliberal ideas from Barack Obama

Here’s another reason to be cheerful: Barack Obama’s final days as President are taking a neoliberal turn. He’s just spoken out against planning regulations in America’s cities. This is a huge limit on growth – maybe bigger than in the UK. Show More Summary

Artificial blood vessels developed in the lab can grow with the recipient

Biomedical engineers, artificial blood vessels bioengineered in the lab and implanted in young lambs are capable of growth within the recipient, a groundbreaking new study demonstrates. If confirmed in humans, these new vessel grafts would prevent the need for repeated surgeries in some children with congenital heart defects.

Accounting firms cash in on the real estate boom

Crain’s top 30 accounting firms enjoyed substantial growth last year. The firms collectively topped $31 billion in revenue—2.9% greater than in 2014—and their total professional... To view the full story, click the title link.

WTO Slashes Global Trade Forecast by 39% Since April: "Wake-Up Call" Says WTO Director

The new figure of 1.7 percent, down from the WTO's previous estimate of 2.8 percent in April, marked the first time in 15 years that international commerce was expected to lag the growth of the world economy, the trade body said...."We...Show More Summary

Don't Blame "Baby Boomers" For Not Retiring - They Can't Afford To!

Submitted by Lance Roberts via In business, the 80/20 rule states that 80% of your business will come from 20% of your customers. In an economy where more than 2/3rds of the growth rate is driven by consumption,...Show More Summary

Nike reports 8% growth in revenues

Athletic sportwear company cites Olympics as boon        

Why There Is Trump

Submitted by Raul Ilargi Meijer via The Automatic Earth blog, It’s over! The entire model our societies have been based on for at least as long as we ourselves have lived, is over! That’s why there’s Trump. There is no growth. There hasn’t been any real growth for years. Show More Summary

Expressive Arts Therapies and Posttraumatic Growth

17 hours agoArts : Arts and Health

Arts expression and expressive arts therapies are changing personal narratives of posttraumatic stress to ones of posttraumatic growth and posttraumatic "possibility."

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