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  • n. Plural form of startup.


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  • Earlier today, news emerged that Warner Music Group had taken a $33 million writedown on its investments in startups Lala ($20 million) and Imeem ($15 million).

    Is Warner Music Killing Music Startups?

  • Angels have seen their valuations and equity stake in startups drop — with equity stakes falling from around 23-24 percent to 18-20 percent, Sohl says.

    Angels Flock Together and Offer Less

  • The world of startups is so unpredictable that you need to be able to modify your dreams on the fly.

    What It Takes

  • Here are a handful of other celebrity-backed startups from the tech realm.

    Celebrity-Backed Startups

  • CEO and co-founder Craig Gold, a veteran of Silicon Valley startups, is a New York Times best-selling author of inspirational books, including Open Your Mind, Open Your Life.

    Smartphone app watches what you eat

  • All the smart engineers will leave (or have already left) Yahoo and can now do something creative, fun and new in startups or other innovative companies in the Silicon Valley instead of wasting their efforts @ Yahoo.

    Is Yahoo the Odd Man Out? - Bits Blog -

  • I suspect something like one of these startups is going to see greater integration with Amazon over the next couple years especially as digital downloads of music and books becomes more mainstream.

    Why I love Amazon, they just get it : #comments

  • Some entrepreneurs and people in startups arent really that empathetic which is not great when u r trying to cut a deal with someone with more resources - you dont want to be seen as the dog at the shelter vs visiting your local porsche dealer which is their trade-off cost.

    The Business of Business and The Business of Raising Capital

  • People in startups talk about "The Problem" - Often this is just a throwaway section in the business plan before the ad agency or marketing exec comes up with a 'brand insight' or 'marketing solution'.

    Finding the Right Localisation Problem

  • The primary problem for all these Web 2.0 startups is many were built on the assumption that it would be easier for a Google, Yahoo or Microsoft to buy rather than build.

    Poor Web 2.0 fools « Squash


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