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The Key to Fundraising for Startups Is Alumni Networks. Here’s the Surprise.

Investors are more likely to fund founders who attended the same university. But it’s not all about elite degrees in Silicon Valley.

FCC calls 25 Mbps ‘broadband’ speed. The push is on to up it to 100.

The FCC has been using the same, dated definition since 2015.

Beyond books: The 21st century public library – CBS Sunday Morning

No shushing here! The modern library is more than just a repository of books. Correspondent Conor Knighton checks out how today’s libraries are public spaces designed to foster connections while keeping pace with technology and the needs of the community.

Big Tech is bracing for a possible recession, spooking other industries

Google’s CEO warned “sunnier days” are over as tech giants report slowing growth and cut down on hiring.

7 smart secrets to help your business grow quickly

I’m proud to say that I built my own multimillion-dollar enterprise with no debt and no investors. It’s rewarding for me to help the many small business owners who call and need a hand getting their company off the ground or breaking past a big hurdle. I’ve been there myself.

Investors Bought a Quarter of Homes Sold Last Year, Driving Up Rents

The issue is especially acute in some Sun Belt states amid evidence that investors often can outbid other buyers, keeping starter homes out of the hands of would-be owners, especially suburban Black and Hispanic families. Some local officials in those states are pushing for increased regulation of investor purchases, but many Republican lawmakers oppose such controls.

These tax software programs for small business owners make filing (almost) painless

If you don’t go the tax pro route, software capable of tackling complex returns will be your saving grace.

A Coming Revolution in the Forest Products Industry

Architects, structural engineers, and other construction industry professionals, along with environmental activists, are expecting cross-laminated timber (CLT) to become a viable “go to” building material in the near future—even for skyscraper-sized projects.

Corporate Good vs. Social Good: Can Investors Have Both?

In an episode of the “All Else Equal” podcast series from Stanford Graduate School of Business, Wharton’s Jules van Binsbergen and Stanford’s Jonathan Berk discuss the strategies available to the social-minded investor, and why they are not clear-cut.

Apply Now: Audition to Star in the New TV Series ‘Women of Wall Street’

You have 3-4 minutes to share your story and convince us that you are the next Woman of Wall Street! Show us your creativity. Let your personality and energy shine. Let’s go!