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Venture Capital in Life Sciences (III): Monoclonal Antibodies in the Treatment of Ankylosing Spondylitis

The Use of Monoclonal Antibody Drugs as Treatment for Anklylosing Spondylitis The application of monoclonal antibody drugs is a relatively new innovation. Approximately 54% of

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Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk, Ashton Kutcher Want To Replicate Your Brain

Some of Silicon Valley’s best and brightest brains have invested their money in an artificial intelligence startup named Vicarious. Among these brains include Facebook founders

March 24, 2014 News, Start-ups, Technology, Videos
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Venture Capital in Life Sciences (I): Personalized Medicine for Cancer Therapies

Over the past decade, the genomics revolution has led to the emergence of numerous groundbreaking personalized medicine as well as multiple diagnostic and therapeutic targets.

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WhatsApp vs. Snapchat

Remember when everyone thought Facebook was crazy for trying to acquire Snapchat for $3 billion? Well, news has just come out that Facebook bought Snapchat’s

February 21, 2014 Deals & IPOs, News, Start-ups, Technology
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Uber Accused of Sabotaging Competitors

Uber has started this new year with a lot of bad publicity. First, Uber received a lot of backlash for their price surges due to

January 24, 2014 News, Start-ups, Transportation
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4 Financial Tips For Startups

While starting your own business from bottom up can be thrilling, startups need to manage their cash wisely or risk losing their investments. Having sufficient

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SprinkleBit – Winner of the San Diego Business Journal’s Innovation Awards

Didn’t Expect to be The Winner of the San Diego Business Journal’s Innovation Awards Back in November 2012, I was excited from all the good

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The Phase-Gate Model of Project Planning for Start-ups

As a start-up, you know that sometimes project planning can be a challenge. You might have a general idea of what your group is trying

January 14, 2013 Entrepreneurship, Start-ups
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The Power of Crowds: How Equity Crowdfunding will Revolutionize Retail Investing

Our intrepid leader, Alexander Wallin, contributed an article today on Seeking Alpha that will give beginning investors a primer on the array of crowdfunding options

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5 Things You Should Know For A Successful Launch

Today marks the soft launch of our new beta. We’ve been working tirelessly to create the first authentic social investing platform and we’re almost finished.

July 30, 2012 Entrepreneurship, Start-ups
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Be Strategic And Constant—But Not Annoying

Crowdfunding gives you the chance to invest early, before angels and VCs. (Photo Credit: Venture Beat) As our readers have probably realized, we’re excited about

May 22, 2012 Crowdfunding, Start-ups
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Why SprinkleBit Started Our Own Brokerage: The Financial Services Industry Is Broken

The financial services industry has gone too long without accountability. Plenty can be written about the macro effects of the financial crisis —  out of

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Crowdsourcing Meets Investing: The Three Models Of Crowdfunding [INFOGRAPHIC]

Private financing hasn’t been easy for small- to mid-sized companies the past 10 years. Ever since Enron and Sarbanes-Oxley (SOX), regulations and associated fees have

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