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The start-up experience, compressed into eight songs.
“Never stop learning.” It’s one of the few mantras that remains unequivocally true.
The gloves are off in the start-up industry’s fight for the brightest minds. And a new controversy has erupted between the tech communities in Berlin and Silicon Valley.
In Germany, the state has taken responsibility for increasing broadband coverage throughout the country.
Countries like Ireland already court emerging start-ups. It’s time to craft our own narrative.
The resignation of the pope illustrates a key lesson for budding businesses: Overzealous internationalization complicates company management.
Berlin’s start-up scene often felt like one big family. But competition is increasing, and the fight for market share is heating up. The next big thing might be born right before our eyes.
The market for online news journalism has dissipated. It’s time to reconsider journalism as a project of the commons.
We’ve heard it for years: the web will change everything. Here’s what will stay – and we can expect for the next big innovation cycle.
A strong character and assertiveness are often praised as good character traits. But just as important is the ability to reflect on one’s arguments.
Early January is the time of cluttered desks and busy schedules. But the big picture is important, too: The definition of goals for the coming month, quarter, or year.
Companies that remain satisfied with second-best solutions won’t succeed in the long run.