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How To Talk About Cryptocurrency At The Holiday Dinner Table; Bitcoin Is More Powerful Than Physical Money

26 signs you’re not gonna make it in New York; Cybersecurity tips for retailers this holiday season; Introducing Amazon Go, A Cashierless Convenience Store; Volvo has agreed to sell 24,000 SUVs to Uber for a network of self-driving cars; Why Is New York Full of Empty Stores? Tips for licensing in a global marketplace; PR […]

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The Best Beats Headphones Are Getting Better, Bit by Bit

IMF Head Foresees the End of Banking and the Triumph of Cryptocurrency; Facebook Hires 1,000 More Ad Reviewers; Here’s Why Your PR Nightmare Might Not Be a Crisis After All; Tracking the Hyper-Gentrification of New York, One Lost Knish Place at a time; EasyJet: We want to fly electric planes within a decade; 3 ways […]

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New York City domain name auction tops $70,000 as RealEstate.NYC sells for $21,300

Real estate terms sell for big bucks in .nyc domain name auction. Earlier today I wrote about a registry auction for .NYC domain names on NameJet. The auction has concluded with 19 of 20 domain names selling for a total of $70,650. RealEstate.nyc led the pack with a winning bid of $21,300, followed by Apartments.nyc […]

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Silicon Valley may be #1 for Funding but NYC is #1 for M&A

In a report released by Mattermark last week New York City edged out Silicon Valley in M&A activity with early-stage companies dominating in concentration. Not surprisingly most M&A activity tended to gravitate towards regional hubs, which makes sense since that’s where most of the acquiring companies are located: Leading regional hubs exchange companies with one another […]

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The Average One-Bedroom Apartment in Downtown Austin is now More Expensive Than Los Angeles

The results are in for March and it’s official, renting a one-bedroom apartment in Downtown Austin is now more expensive than renting a one-bedroom apartment in Los Angeles. The good news is these high rents don’t expand across all of Austin but there is no doubt that rising rents downtown will expand to the surrounding areas […]

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Web Inventor: I Wasn’t Expecting Kittens; 5 Bad Signs for Bitcoin

PLUS: Company Offers Free, $1 Million Vacation; Half Of New Yorkers Are Paying Rent They Can’t Afford; Apple’s CarPlay is set to lead the OS Platform War for the Car; Apple CEO Tim Cook should hit the bricks; Google’s New Look Search Results: Still An Experiment.. and.. Will Amazon develop its own delivery fleet? Owen […]

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SHOP.CA Puts $25 Million in Canadian Consumers Pockets This Q4; Siemens lays off 15,000—this is what happens when you put a CFO in

PLUS: Three Myths About the New Web Domains Coming This Fall; Tech Is Now NYC’s Second-Largest Sector; The Best Way to Raise a Young Entrepreneur; Why No One Wants to Take Your Survey.. and.. User Expertise Stagnates at Low Levels— Learning is hard work, and users don’t want to do it; they don’t explore the user interface and […]

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