The Incubator Boom: How Much Do They Actually Help?

Accelerator launch party, San Francisco, 2014 Startup culture is white hot in America right now. Valuations are high, the IPO market is finally back, and the cost of starting a business is at historical lows, especially for many tech…

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In a Pickle: How a Famous London Skyscraper Went From $1 Billion to Zero in Just Seven Years

The Gherkin: A shiny missile able to blow up a balance sheet In statistics, pictures of risk often take the shape of elegant bell curves. But in real estate, a better visualization of risk might be the elegant missile-like…

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Despite Progress, Women Are Still Under-Represented in Management-Level Finance Jobs

Image Credit: Wikimedia/CC 3.0     Women in the financial services sector have by definition mastered working with numbers, but a survey of the latest statistics on the sector shows that there is one number women in financial services…

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Thinking About Minimum Wage Increases in a Globalized Economy

There isn’t a country on earth whose citizens don’t want to increase their standard of living. For many, that could mean a bigger house or enough money to retire by 65; for others, it could mean simply clean water or long-term housing. The…

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GAAP versus Non-GAAP: Which is Closer to Reality?

In the United States, Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) set the standard for how public companies report earnings. However, for many investors and other observers, this strict set of rules aren’t always the best measurement of performance, especially in newer industries like technology.…

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