Blogs

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    10 Dec 2016
    By: Al Roth

    I've written a lot about repugnance and money, but never quite like this. Here's the Telegraph story on some new banknotes:New £5 notes contain animal fat, says Bank of England, drawing anger from vegans Read more.

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    01 Dec 2016
    By: Benjamin Edelman

    I'm rarely effusive in my praise for a new tool, but I can hardly overstate my excitement about Bubble, a web programming system. The basic concept: Draw the web app you want, using standard components Read more.

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    05 Jun 2016
    By: Tom Eisenmann

    What I’ve said that turned out to be right will be considered obvious, and what was wrong will be humorous.—Bill Gates, The Road Ahead, 1995 In 2001, I wrote a book explaining why accelerated growth strategies Read more.

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    31 May 2016
    By: John Quelch

    All American companies are in the health business whether they like it or not. The private sector directly pays for one-fifth of the whopping 17.5% of GDP spent on healthcare in the United States. Rather Read more.

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    30 Mar 2016
    By: Tarun Khanna

    Why should entrepreneurs care about the public discourse? Are they not meant to put their noses to the proverbial grindstone, work at their chosen passions, and leave high-minded discourse to pundits and Read more.