Guest Post Why hasn't Russia produced more world-changing companies? Perhaps it's because the country doesn't encourage experimentation and rebellion -- essential qualities for entrepreneurs as well as punk rockers.
Guest Post I believe we’re on the threshold of far greater growth -- growth that will impact more people, in more age groups, and across more industries than ever before.
I’m sitting in the dentist’s office on my last Friday morning as an entrepreneur. My daughter is having a cavity filled.
Monday will be my first day free from any job title or official company in 22 years, and I’m …
Guest Post StartupBus is a hack week with a twist: you board a bus filled with strangers, and 1800 miles later, you're expected to demo a product to roomful of influential investors and journalists.
American companies are obsessed with hiring Harvard grads and Wharton MBAs. This is true of the tech industry, even extending into startups, driving entry-level top school CS bachelor’s degree grad salaries into the six figures in the Bay Area.
I read the announcement today that Canada has just launched a startup visa program. By doing so, they are saying to the world, “Welcome, immigrant entrepreneurs — please come start your business in Canada.”
It’s brilliant, well executed, and modeled …
Guest Post We wanted to change the world, and changing the world meant making decisions that hurt in the immediate but would lead to a clear path.
Guest Post The short answer is no, but perhaps there’s hope.
Guest Post As Dell’s first Entrepreneur in Residence, I constantly have an ear to the ground of the entrepreneur community. I predict that the following trends will shape the world of entrepreneurialism in 2013.
Guest Post Investors suffer from a number of cognitive biases. The biggest, most powerful and most dangerous bias in Silicon Valley today is called the "herd mentality" or "bandwagon effect”. A data-driven approach is the best way to break through these biases.
Editor's Pick Silicon Valley residents often forget how unique this place is as an entrepreneurial hub, and challenging it is for people in other countries. For these nine British natives, coming to Silicon Valley has meant breaking away from English tradition.
How do we keep up the spirit of giving all year round? Here are three ideas from the tech community to turn you into change-making habitual philanthropist.
Guest Post In the startup world, working with frenemies is unavoidable. Here's how to do it the right way.
Guest Post If you have to choose between someone who "fits" in your startup and someone who is technically excellent, go for the former. Here's why.
Guest Post How to get a two-sided marketplace startup like Airbnb, Exec, or eBay up and running -- the painless way.
Guest Post Here are a few tips on how to save on startup legal costs while still getting the job done right.
Silicon Valley hotdog Dave McClure and his incubator, 500 Startups, are looking to the Indian subcontinent for a new wave of entrepreneurship.
#IM48 is a road trip for people with ideas. Four guys, spending four months traveling across America to put on events that encourage people to bring to life their ideas.
Guest Post Non-technical wannapreneurs spend so much time searching for co-founders who code. Perhaps that time can be better spent.
IBM has selected 31 cities for its Smarter Cities Challenge 2013. Seven IBM experts will be deployed to these cities to work hand-in-hand with local officials to inspire entrepreneurship, and implement a strategy for economic development.