- Jay Maharjan
We are witnessing the arrival of a new economic model that we have yet to understand fully. Even though this new economic model is unfolding gradually and the future is yet to be clear, one thing is for sure that the knowledge economy as we are accustomed to is [...]
From the early days of Stanford, to pioneers who revolutionized the world while Steve Jobs was still in diapers, this is how a humble farming valley transformed into the epicenter of all things tech.
Robert Metcalfe is an intriguing character. He holds several university degrees, writes a nationally syndicated tech column, has for several years run [...]
Being an entrepreneur is not for the faint of heart. Entrepreneurship requires a will to deal with many unknowns. Sustaining competitive advantage long enough to capture the opportunity to scale up is the name of the game.
Here is a list of things that you must remember as an entrepreneur if you wish to come [...]
Jay Maharjan interviews Pam Shriver, the former professional tennis player and currently ESPN anchor who captured 21 singles titles and 112 doubles titles throughout her career. Shriver shares her entrepreneurial experience, clarifies her controversial comment about Belgium’s Yanina Wickmayer
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To compliment the piece I wrote last night on conceptual entrepreneurship, I came across this article on digital movie distribution. Here is an excerpt
DCIP pacts cover most costs of 14,000 systems
By Carl DiOrio
Five film studios have formally announced their signing of agreements with the nation’s top theater chains to fund the rollout of thousands of [...]