I’m a recent convert to the lean startup movement. But after four years of operating a small startup incubator at a private liberal arts college I’ve learned a lot about creating business models that work and who might become a successful entrepreneur. Continue
The world’s most famous physicist is warning about the risks posed by machine superintelligence, saying that it could be the most significant thing to ever happen in human history — and possibly the last. continue
The way investors think (and position themselves) with regard to potential big risks to the market has come a long way since the financial crisis.
Jamie Dimon’s JPMorgan Chase (JPM) and Gerald Hassell’s Bank of New York Mellon (BK) could learn a thing or two from a financial crisis that occurred some time ago—in 1763, to be precise.
According to Harmel Rayat, there are many reasons to consider investing in a start-up. In fact, the benefits can be not only financial, but also deeply personal. By investing in a start-up company, you are effectively investing in creativity, innovation, and entrepreneurship. You are playing a direct role in the cultivation of a new business and of new jobs—all of which can be immensely satisfying.