We are now at a place in time when electronic payments technologies are accelerating like never before – and now is the moment for start-ups to break-through. Continue Reading »
With the size of Wall Street bonuses commonly being compared against the median household income, income inequality has quickly become a hot-button political issue in the United States. Continue Reading »
Luxury toilet paper is America’s new favorite way to flush money down the drain. Continue Reading »
NeuCoin, a new cryptocurrency that has been designed specifically to tip content creators and for online micropayments. Neucoin is a new startup currency based in Paris. Currently they have raised over $2 million from partnerships and business angels. Continue Reading »
2014 was the best year for venture capital investments since 2000, with $43.3 billion invested.
Setting ambitious goals goes a long way in a company’s development.
There is a big disparity when it comes to the gender wage gap. But there is even a bigger disparity when it comes to how much male- and female-run businesses make. There are more women-run businesses now than there ever was, but they still aren’t making as much money as their male-run competition. Here’s how to change that.
Naval Ravikant at the AngelList office.
Recently, Naval Ravikant, a wildly successful angel investor—Uber, Twitter, etc.—and serial entrepreneur met with a group of institutional money managers to pitch them his latest venture. He didn’t ask them to invest in it, but he asked them to invest through it. If enough of the money managers take him up on the offer, it could usher in an era of radical disruption in the world of angel investing.
Tilt is a platform for people to receive money from a group of friends or colleagues.
Reports of the crowdfunding revolution have been greatly exaggerated.James Beshara, chief executive of a crowdfunding company, acknowledges that the crowdfunding revolution has been greatly exaggerated. “The amount of attention it gets far outweighs the number of people using it,” he says. (Video)
Futurist Thomas Frey: A few weeks ago I got into a discussion with some friends centered around this question. “What, in your mind, will be the most powerful entity in the world 100 years from now?”
Where does the real revenue in the Internet of Things lie? It’s probably not in some sort of gizmo you have to sell. Surprisingly, the revenue is in ongoing services, not the “thing” itself. (Video)