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The gig economy has helped many people make money on an ad-hoc basis. Platforms such as Uber, Lyft, Fiverr and Upwork, allow the user to work to their own limits but these companies benefit more than the contractor themselves.
Silicon Valley was once the place where dreams came true. But as the Bay Area has solidified its reputation, it has also caused a seismic shift in living conditions. Is it worth living there? Are people happy to live there?
On average, we've gone from two subscriptions before the pandemic to more than five, and companies have noticed this.
We've all seen the news: the startup world is navigating challenging waters. As a founder myself, it's hard to talk about these topics, but we have to for one reason: I've noticed that the headlines fail to dive deep into what's happening and why it matters.
With a brief declaration on Boosted’s website, Russakow told the world that it “will continue to pursue strategic options under new ownership.” It was the end: Boosted Board out of business.
Kickstarter has become one of the most popular crowdfunding platforms in the world. Some ideas have end up with millions in backing and the biggest kickstarter fails have seen that money dissapear.
While it's likely the source of your smartphone, your computer and the social media platforms you consume, many simply don't know where is Silicon Valley and how this unique piece of land was forged.
Explaining how does a company go public requires us to understand the three approaches executives may follow: direct listings, IPOs or Initial Public Offerings and SPACs. In this article we'll cover what is a SPAC and how their past performance shows slim chances of returns.
People loved Google Inbox, but now it's gone. Why did Google decide to ditch this great idea? Read this article to find out
General Magic is the greatest company to fail. Here's its fascinating story, the characters behind it, and how it managed to change the world.
This social network was huge during 2020. But now, it's closed. So, what happened to Houseparty? We'll tell you all about it in this article
What was Limewire? Back in the 2000s, it was a leading P2P network that changed how we listened to music. But now it's disappeared. Check out this article, where we explain what happened.