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    • A Sneak Peek At Next Week: Watch 'Fast Horse' Semiconductors September 23, 2017
      In my September 7th article for Forbes, I said "Semiconductor stocks have recently made an abrupt and unexpected upward reversal which, if it holds, is likely to lead the broad market to new all time highs." The PHLX Semiconductor (SOX) Index has since risen by 6%. Here's what I think happens next.
    • Big Governments Won't Kill Bitcoin Or Uber September 23, 2017
      Big governments and the institutions that align behind them -- big banks and big unions -- won't kill Bitcoin and Uber. In democratic societies, people will eventually send home politicians who stand against them and the technologies that better their lives.
    • Are Rising Rates Good For Stocks? September 23, 2017
      Many investors believe the popular misconception that higher rates are immediately bad for stocks. Would most investors change their outlook if they were aware of how long it took in a raising rate cycle before stocks and the economy reacted?
    • In Blockchain We Trust? Not Yet, Say Consumers September 23, 2017
      When it comes to Blockchain and its mainstream adoption, some argue that developers must continue to address the gaps between 'ideal' and 'real-world' scenarios as seen in the case of cryptocurrency exchanges. Users must also be given a clear voice in how agreements and transactions are fashioned.

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    • What If Apple's Supercycle Isn't So Super September 22, 2017
      Early concerns about Apple’s iPhone 8 and cell-connected watch provide a rough start to what needs to be a big year.
    • Tesla's SolarCity Hangover September 22, 2017
      Car maker’s investors should be concerned after solar-panel unit’s Justice Department settlement over allegations of False Claims Act violations.
    • Death of World's Richest Woman Sets Stock Scramble in Motion September 22, 2017
      L’Oréal billionaire Liliane Bettencourt’s passing opens the door to shareholder-friendly maneuvers at some of Europe’s most storied companies.
    • Nintendo Switches on the Growth September 22, 2017
      Japanese videogame maker Nintendo is having another renaissance, but execution remains an obstacle to realizing investors’ lofty expectations.

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    • Automakers accelerate their interest in startups September 23, 2017
       It’s no secret that automakers have shown more interest in startups lately. Nor is it any secret what’s driving that surge, given the massive shifts the industry faces from the rise of electric cars, autonomous vehicles, ride-hailing services and other emerging technologies and transportation business models. We set out to quantify combined investment by au […]
    • How tbh hit #1 by turning anonymity positive September 22, 2017
       The innovation of tbh, teen-speak for To Be Honest, was getting rid of the typing. Whether asking or answering questions, open text fields invite abuse when combined with anonymity. Even an innocuous question like “What do you think of me?” can lead to mean-spirited comments if responders don’t have their names, and therefore any accountability, attached. R […]
    • How to run a token sale September 22, 2017
       Seed funding is drying up. Accelerators are scrambling for revenue. Things are changing drastically in the startup ecosystem. So how do you raise money when your product needs more than some Django code and an AWS instance? You run an ICO, right? Read More
    • ipsy launches its beauty product e-commerce business Shopper as hit hits 3M subscribers September 21, 2017
       ipsy, a subscription service that delivers a collection of products to its users every month, has spent the last six years building up a community with millions of people obsessed with beauty products. And now that the company has more than 3 million subscribers — with a $10 per month subscription cost — it’s ready to get a little bit more aggressive by get […]

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    • The next wave: China’s audacious and inventive new generation of entrepreneurs September 21, 2017
      Print section Print Rubric:  A new generation of Chinese entrepreneurs will have a powerful impact on industries and consumers worldwide new messages Print Headline:  The next wave Print Fly Title:  Innovation in China UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  Jeremy Corbyn: Britain’s most likely next prime minister Fly Title:  […]
    • Not the enemy: The advantages of public markets for unicorns and their investors May 25, 2017
      Print section Print Rubric:  Startups can stay private for longer. That doesn’t mean they should Print Headline:  Not the enemy Print Fly Title:  Tech unicorns UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  How to improve the health of the ocean Fly Title:  Not the enemy THE public markets in America are much less crowded than they […]
    • Placing trades: A British firm plans a secondary market for crowd-funded shares May 17, 2017
      Print section Print Rubric:  An attempt to bring liquidity into a new market Print Headline:  Placing trades Print Fly Title:  Crowd-funding startups UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  Why Israel needs a Palestinian state Fly Title:  Placing trades Main image:  20170520_fnd001.jpg EVERYONE would like a piece of the […]
    • Silicon Valley North: How America’s two tech hubs are converging May 11, 2017
      Print section Print Rubric:  Two of America’s most inventive regions are growing closer Print Headline:  Silicon Valley North Print Fly Title:  A tale of two tech hubs UK Only Article:  standard article Issue:  The policy designed to make America great again Fly Title:  Silicon Valley North Location:  SEATTLE Main image: […]

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    • Amazon will deliver Chipotle, Chili's, and your other fast-casual faves September 23, 2017
      The food-delivery wars never end, and now Amazon has a new play against Postmates and UberEats.  The Whole Foods owner just partnered with Olo, a restaurant software system used by many popular fast-casual eateries. The partnership means that most restaurants using the Olo system will now be available for delivery on Amazon Restaurants.  For the most part, t […]
    • Trump doubles down on NFL rant, clearly has no idea how all this works September 23, 2017
      If there's anything constructive to take from Donald Trump's continuing crusade against black athletes in the NFL protesting racial injustices in America, it's that he seems to have lost touch with reality. Less than 24 hours after his initial, poorly received remarks that took the league's protesting players to task, the 45th president o […]
    • NFL players slam Donald Trump for rant against protests September 23, 2017
      Football players are lashing out at Donald Trump after the president went on an extended rant about athlete activism at a rally Friday night. Trump called on NFL owners to fire players who kneel or otherwise protest during the national anthem and encouraged fans to boycott the league. SEE ALSO: Why Russia hasn't successfully screwed with Germany's […]
    • Become a master of professional social encounters in 5.5 hours September 23, 2017
      Just to let you know, if you buy something featured here, Mashable might earn an affiliate commission. PSA for business owners (current or future): If you've played Sims before, you'll remember having them talk in the mirror to increase charisma. While we're not sure that talking to yourself is such a great way to up your social interaction ga […]

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    • Joseph Parker Vs. Hughie Fury Results And Social Media Reaction September 23, 2017
      A 118-110 scorecard is again at the center of controversy as Joseph Parker successfully defends his WBO heavyweight title against Hughie Fury.
    • 10/10 This Robot Yelps Better Than You September 23, 2017
      Humans are unable to differentiate between the machine generated and human-generated reviews. With these new-age "ghost writers" now pushing commerce, one has to wonder if good taste is a thing of the past. Literally. Cartoon by Ed Hall.
    • The Term Illegal Immigrant Is Fine September 23, 2017
      I think illegal immigrants are good, they make our economy and country stronger. But I also think it's okay to use the phrase illegal immigrant.
    • What A BBC Radio Sports Program Taught Me About Customer Surveys September 23, 2017
      Recently, I wrote an article about five ways to improve customer feedback survey response rates. A recent episode of Fighting Talk on BBC Radio 5 Live, a sports program, taught me that I had should have added a sixth. This article explains what it is and why it is important.

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    • 10/10 This Robot Yelps Better Than You September 23, 2017
      Humans are unable to differentiate between the machine generated and human-generated reviews. With these new-age "ghost writers" now pushing commerce, one has to wonder if good taste is a thing of the past. Literally. Cartoon by Ed Hall.
    • What A BBC Radio Sports Program Taught Me About Customer Surveys September 23, 2017
      Recently, I wrote an article about five ways to improve customer feedback survey response rates. A recent episode of Fighting Talk on BBC Radio 5 Live, a sports program, taught me that I had should have added a sixth. This article explains what it is and why it is important.
    • Complete Your 2018-2019 FAFSA Using The IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) September 23, 2017
      The IRS Data Retrieval Tool (DRT) is available to help families files the 2018-2019 Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
    • Big Governments Won't Kill Bitcoin Or Uber September 23, 2017
      Big governments and the institutions that align behind them -- big banks and big unions -- won't kill Bitcoin and Uber. In democratic societies, people will eventually send home politicians who stand against them and the technologies that better their lives.

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