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Why Be Kind in a Cruel World; Goldman Sachs: Bitcoin To Pass $7,900

How Not to Price an I.P.O.: A Couple of Lessons From This Week; 5 Influential CEOs Weigh in What Makes a Good Leader; In the relationship era of business, networked structure rules; Cracking The Code: Walter Isaacson is a very smart man who only bars home runs; Building AI that can build AI; Firms Learn […]

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Oh, Snap! Confusion over brand leads to wrong company’s meteoric rise of stock

The domain rebranding of Snapchat to Snap, along with the acquisition of Snap.com has been deemed unfortunate; the generic nature of the word makes it shared among numerous companies worldwide. As seen in the case of Sumo.com, without a secondary identifier or a truly “fancy mark” element, such ultra-generic words become problematic to promote via […]

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Jury Awards ZeniMax $500 Million in Oculus VR Lawsuit; Instagram is Ruining Snapchat’s Story

So much for America First: Apple to start making iPhones in India; This tiny house vacation startup walked away from $500,000 on ‘Shark Tank’ — and doesn’t regret it; Facebook Starts 2017 With 65 Million Local Business Pages; A former Wall Street analyst made a $145 million trade of a lifetime to join Snap; 3 […]

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The Turakhia Brothers Now Worth $1.4 Billion; DavidAndGoliath.com Is Held for Ransom

While the Turakhia Brothers thrive, Nearly 800 Other Dead or Dying Startups a Sign of India’s Dot-Com Bust; Finally, an ad tech IPO! Boston burger chain accuses Chipotle of ripping off name and logo; Including any of these email closing lines will destroy your chances of a response; The Porn Business Isn’t Anything Like You […]

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Startup Words Wednesday: IPO

For some CEOs and startup founders an IPO is the holy grail, while others dread the day they’re forced into one. Why do some companies want to “go public” at any cost, while others wish to avoid it? I dedicate this Startup Words Wednesday to exploring the almighty IPO. Initial Public Offering “It is the […]

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You Can’t Bribe People To Care; 37 hottest pre-IPO ad tech startups of 2016

Google beats Oracle as U.S. jury declares ‘fair use’ of Java in Android; Inside A Growing Movement Of Coworking Spaces For Atypical Entrepreneurs; 5 Mistakes to Avoid on LinkedIn; Hiring Managers: Stop Insulting the Job Candidates; Mark Cuban: 4 things NOT to do if you want to be a great leader; Great Leaders Stand Out […]

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Free The Nipple (.com); Cyber Threats Growing; Cost Retailers Billions

The ‘Uber of healthcare’; IPO Slowdown: A Look At Company Profitability; Gone (sans Gone.com), The Service For Selling Your Old Junk; Lyft All-In on Self-Driving Cars; Make an Oath: Inspire All to Better Creative; Starbucks mobile order-ahead program reaches 6M orders per month; How McDonald’s Started Eating Everyone’s Lunch Again; Roku’s New Plan To Stay […]

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Google Buys Bebop to Compete With Cloud Giants (Another Cloud Name That Doesn’t Have Cloud In It)

Why CHINA Optimism Is More Realistic Than Ever—A number of Chinese buyers were reportedly jockeying to buy more than 100,000 km² in Australia; NOAA and NASA said October had the biggest temperature departure of any month in 100-plus years; The Winners And Losers Of The Square IPO; Attracting the Digital Savvy Consumer; 5 Top Ways […]

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IAC To Spin Off Match.com, Tinder, OkCupid.com + 42 More To IPO Of The Match Group (MTCH)

IAC/Interactive (IACI) is spinning off 45 sites including Match.com, Okcupid.com and Tinder into a new public company called the The Match Group which filed for an IPO Friday, applying to be listed on the Nasdaq under the ticker “MTCH.” The company has filed to raised up to $100 million in the IPO. According to the […]

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Top 5 Domain companies that we’d like to see go public

GoDaddy’s big day finally arrived today; the much-anticipated IPO took several years to materialize, and the biggest domain registrar in the world should be happy with the results. There are several companies in the domain industry that should do well if they went public. The process of having an initial public offering is complex, and […]

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