The financial crisis rocked New York City, leaving legions of smart, highly educated, and ambitious workers contemplating their next career moves--and almost unknowingly planting the seeds of a resurgent startup culture that is blossoming today.
From robot caretakers to Weight Watchers for fertility, the New York leg of the global Challenge Cup competition showcased startups looking to change the game.
In 2013, Obamacare proved to be a headache for small businesses. So 2014 can't possibly be any worse, right? Not so fast.
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A comprehensive, high-standard, and commercially meaningful trade and investment agreement should not be watered down in the interest of meeting an arbitrary deadline.