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7 Best (and Most Surprising) Startup Hotspots

7 Best (and Most Surprising) Startup Hotspots

| March 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Silicon Valley and Seattle are rightfully the most famous U.S. cities for tech innovation. Google, Twitter and Facebook call the former home, while Seattle claims Amazon, Microsoft and Zillow. We know those stories already though. New tech innovators might want to try their hand somewhere where innovation is the new word in town and everything […]

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From Wall Street to Silicon Valley

From Wall Street to Silicon Valley

| April 4, 2013 | 1 Comment

“At some point I¬†started thinking about jumping on my desk, grabbing my keyboard, and smashing it into all of my monitors for a few weeks straights,” says Helen, a trading analyst at Morgan Stanley who quit to join the Optimization Data Analysis team at Appnexus. Helen is only one of many ambitious young professionals who […]

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When Will New York Eclipse Silicon Valley?

When Will New York Eclipse Silicon Valley?

| May 9, 2012 | 3 Comments

Roughly 30 years according to a recent Forbes article. Once upon a time concerns over lack of access to tech talent and startup funding might have kept entrepreneurs at bay, today a New York office is becoming de rigeur for West Coast players and Facebook and tech venture powerhouse Accel Partners have made the leap […]

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Infographic: Silicon Alley or Silicon Valley. Who’s Better?

Infographic: Silicon Alley or Silicon Valley. Who’s Better?

| January 12, 2012 | 1 Comment

The debate never ends as to which coast has it best when it comes to the startup world. Silicon Valley has long dominated the space with companies like Google, Apple, Facebook and many more. However, Silicon Alley (New York City) is rising fast in the past few years with companies like Tumblr, Foursquare and Gilt. […]

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