LinkedIn Acquires Recruiting Startup Connectifier
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This year, Linkedin will attempt to improve their recruiting and hiring products. One of the biggest steps in that direction is their acquisition of [..]
Google Ventures to Reduce Seed-Stage Funding
Well, if you were hoping that Google Ventures would give you $500,000 to develop your new app, you can stop hoping. The company has decided to move away from offering seed-stage capital to startups.
Bill Maris, CEO of Google [..]
Warren Buffett Builds $48,000 Electric SUV
As you probably already know, the planet is getting hotter and hotter every year and theoretical physicist and cosmologist Stephen Hawking thinks the entire human race will cease to exist within 100 years if we don’t make [..]
9 Startup Competitions Which Are an Entrepreneur’s Best Friend
Startup competitions are good for realizing your dreams. If it wasn’t for them, you could never be able to follow an awesome idea to fruition. Even though you might not manage to win the competition and secure funding, the [..]
Apple is Officially King of Tech with Record-Breaking Revenue
We knew Apple was good, but nobody saw this coming. In the first quarter of 2015, Apple has reported record-breaking revenue.
For the December quarter, Apple generated $74.6 billion in sales. Pretty impressive. Especially [..]
Ukranian Duo Secure First Slots in Entrepreneur Visa Program
Canada is currently one of the largest economies in the entire world and each person makes on average $52,037 each year according to the International Monetary Fund.
Unlike the United States of America which is [..]
Google Ventures Releases Guide to Help Startups Create Better Products
Google Ventures has just released something that may be very valuable to startups of all sizes and sectors. GV is Google’s venture capital arm that invest seed, venture, and growth-stage capital to over 250 companies. [..]
[Video] Google Co-Founder Sergey Brin Speaks on the Value of Failure
Believe it or not, Google was almost a pizza ordering service. If it wasn’t for one failed fax, we would all be using the search engine primarily for faxing orders to Pizza hut.
While they were grad students at [..]