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If the ‘gig economy’ is booming, why is ‘freelance’ still considered a dirty word associated with failure?

On August 15, 2016, Posted by , In News for Startups,Misc., With Comments Off on If the ‘gig economy’ is booming, why is ‘freelance’ still considered a dirty word associated with failure?

“Freelance is kind of a dirty word now; it sounds like what you do in between jobs,” says Ryan Emberley, a 30-year-old society and celebrity photographer who travels the world shooting A-listers like Kate Moss and Victoria Beckham. “Like, I’m not freelance. I’m successful. I’m self-employed. Freelance has this aura…

Magic Leap – VR Headset Patent Design Is Not Final Product

On June 8, 2016, Posted by , In News for Startups, By , With Comments Off on Magic Leap – VR Headset Patent Design Is Not Final Product

The world anxiously awaits what Magic Leap, one of the top funded companies in the world — located right here in sunny Florida — is going to release. Launching the next wave in VR products and services, or one of history’s most spectacular startup flops? Inquiring minds want to know….

Wealth Transfer Strategies for Entrepreneurs’

On May 24, 2016, Posted by , In Wealth Transfer,News for Startups, With Comments Off on Wealth Transfer Strategies for Entrepreneurs’

The Entrepreneurs’ Wealth Transfer by Anne Bucciarelli & Ashley E. Velategui – AllianceBernstein It takes great effort to build a fortune—and great effort to pass it on to your kids (or others) without the taxman taking a big bite. This case study shows our analysis of four potential wealth transfer…

Making Sense of Silicon Valley and Its Invisible Blight

On April 30, 2016, Posted by , In News for Startups, By , With Comments Off on Making Sense of Silicon Valley and Its Invisible Blight

Wall Street may be the heartless pillager of the American dream, but at least it has a sense of humor. The chaps in sweat-soaked Turnbull & Asser shirts trading weather derivatives have to know that what they do to earn a buck is preposterous, but as long as they’re not…