Elon Musk says no sex at ‘boring’ party reportedly hosted by VC Steve Jurvetson

One of the supposedly wild Silicon Valley parties mentioned in an excerpt for an upcoming book called “Brotopia” was hosted by famous VC Steve Jurvetson, according to more text from the book, which is set for publication next month. Also, Elon Musk was at the party, and denies there was sex involved. Jurvetson, who left Draper… Please follow and like us:

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Occupational Licensing Is Just Another Form of Cronyism

Occupational Licensing Experts in the field of political marketing periodically tell me that you need to have sympathetic victims when trying to change policy. When pushing for Obamacare repeal, highlight a family who lost its health plan and now has to pay twice as much for insurance. When advocating for repeal of the death tax, publicize… Please follow and like us:

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China seeks more sectors to cooperate with Israeli hi-tech startups

JERUSALEM – China is seeking more sectors to cooperate with Israel in high technology under the background of the “innovative comprehensive partnership” established between China and Israel. This is the common sense reached among officials, entrepreneurs and experts from China and Israel, who attended the 6th China-Israel Hi-tech Investment Summit held Sunday in Haifa, northern coastal… Please follow and like us:

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Canadian, Australian stock markets vie for Israel tech firm listings

By Shoshanna Solomon The Nasdaq and the New York Stock exchange may the most aspired-to destinations for many Israeli entrepreneurs, but Canada is now joining Australia in competing for a piece of the pie. “Israel is second only to California in terms of success in the tech space,” Robert Peterman, VP of global business development of… Please follow and like us:

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Venture capital valuations: “Mind-boggling” complexity

The number of public companies in the US has been steadily declining for years. There were 7,322 public companies in 1996; today there are 3,671. Although it is important not to confuse this with the shrinking of the stock market as the value of listed firms has risen from 105% of GDP in 1996 to 136%… Please follow and like us:

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The Hidden Legacy of Obamanomics: Fewer Self-Employed, Decreased Entrepreneurship

The Hidden Legacy of Obamanomics: Fewer Self-Employed, Entrepreneurs Ask virtually any leftist who’s been marching to “protect the weak and unheard” in the U.S. to define “fascism,” and he or she will likely wax poetic about racial hatred, nationalism, free speech, the subjugation of religious and sexual minorities, and other civil liberties that, in their eyes,… Please follow and like us:

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Canada shoots for tech boost as Trump shuts doors

The US administration’s immigration policies seen as opportunity to entice entrepreneurs to northern neighbor, official says By Shoshanna Solomon US President Donald Trump’s border-barring policies aimed at making “America great again” may provide a boon for Canada, which has always lived in the shadow of its southern neighbor when it comes to attracting new talent, entrepreneurs,… Please follow and like us:

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French Startups Venture Abroad for Chance at Global Recognition, Investment

Launching a startup is no easy feat. Launching one outside your native country is even harder. But for certain French startups, the French government is there to help. A government-sponsored competition that began last year offers startups marketing and promotional assistance. The Creative Next Challenge is a series of competitions sponsored by Business France, the nation’s… Please follow and like us:

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