I recently came across an insanely great article by Bill Gurley of Benchmark Capital - Conversion: The Most Important Internet Metric of All.
Vikram Pandit, former CEO of Citigroup, is helping to fund an upstart in the peer-to-peer lending industry, joining a growing movement trying to disrupt the traditional banking model.
As the Michael Bloomberg administration winds down, the media has been assessing his legacy, particularly as it pertains…
Possibly the most valued advantage that a small business has over its largest competitors is the personal relationships it has with customers.
Customers take comfort in knowing the people with whom they do business. They enjoy sitting down at the barber and asking for “the usual,” receiving…
IN 2005 Venky Harinarayan and Anand Rajaraman, two venture capitalists, were approached with an offer by Sean Parker, the founder of Napster, once the internet’s biggest music-sharing service.
WHAT if America were to scrap all its anti-poverty programmes—welfare, food stamps, unemployment benefits, the works—and replace them with an unconditional basic income (UBI) for everybody? Even in a Congress beset by less extraordinary levels of dysfunction, the idea would have little chance
THERE is a depressing familiarity about much of the discussion on what to do about America’s widening income inequality. Some remedies are uncontroversial but hard-to-achieve (such as improving education); others are the subject of furious argument (such as more progressive taxation).