As a startup, you might think the A-list employees are beyond your grasp. But Scott Weiss, general partner at Andreessen Horowitz, explains why you should reach for the stars – and why they might jump at the opportunity.
The story sounds almost like a Hollywood plot, except it is true: A young starlet doing nude scenes as a teenager who goes on to invent a critical wartime technology that is ignored by the US Navy but ultimately forms the basis of WiFi and cell...
A nonprofit research center that specializes in long-term forecasting recently released a report detailing the 10 key skills that will be relevant to the workforce of the future. What are they, and are our schools doing enough to instill them?
Kiosk idea powers up local teenChicago Sun-TimesDriver also was named a finalist in a citywide business plan competition sponsored by the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE), a national organization that provides entrepreneurship...
What's one way to maximize the potential success of your startup while minimizing risk? Make sure that your business and application are ready by testing on users before you make a big marketing push, says Eric Ries, author of The Lean Startup.
First Round Capital funds some of the best companies in tech. But this horrific video makes me lose all respect for them. Especially because First Round made its portfolio companies participate in this piece of crap.
Every year since 2004, ReadWriteWeb has selected a best 'little company.' These are small companies (loosely defined as less than 100 employees) that have made a big impact on the Web over the calendar year.
Picture a full-screen Facebook news feed filled with all the beautifully designed items that all your aesthetically inclined friends have purchased. Now clean up the user interface so there's no spammy news ticker.
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