These schools graduate the most funded startup CEOs

Joanna Glasner Contributor More posts by this contributor Shared housing startups are taking off The formula behind San Francisco’s startup success There is no degree required to be a CEO of a ventu

Where did venture capitalists go to college?

The educational backgrounds of VC investment professionals are in some ways surprisingly diverse, even if the population of investors generally isn’t. Still, there are some definite trends to suss o

In his new book, The New Urban Crisis, author Richard Florida shows how cities can survive an uncertain future

Richard Florida is most frequently associated with the concept of the rising creative class and his books have described how these high-paid knowledge workers are slowly changing the face of our citie

Aspiration’s Growth Shows The Appetite For More Financial Services

Defying its critics and building on the success of players like Wealthfront and Betterment, Aspiration, the new money management firm launched by Andrei Cherny, is off to a roaring start. The company

India’s Visa Maze Ensnares Foreign Entrepreneurs

Returning for his fourth and final visit to the Indian offices that would grant him a coveted five-year business visa, social entrepreneur Alex Stevens* was confident his wild goose chase was almost a

RGM Pennsylvania Tourbillon MM 2 Watch: American-Made At Its Finest

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Sony to close its last American TV plant by 2010

The last Sony TV manufacturing plant in the U.S. will cease production by February 2009, closing completely one year later. It’s located in Westmoreland County in southwestern Pennsylvania, and