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  • Twitter's 'stealth IPO' shines spotlight on JOBS Act's effects

    SAN FRANCISCO — In fewer than 140 characters, or 24 words, Twitter Inc. disclosed that it was planning the highest-profile public stock offering since Facebook Inc. But that was about all it did, leaving stunned investors and analysts scrambling...
  • Tribeca 2014: Film festival focused on simplicity, stability

    Tribeca 2014: Film festival focused on simplicity, stability
    NEW YORK — Since it was founded 12 years ago, the Tribeca Film Festival has sometimes swerved between identities like a barfly at happy hour, exuberant but hardly always clear. The festival looks to change that this time around. Tribeca has...
  • Will the real creator of bitcoin please stand up?

    Will the real creator of bitcoin please stand up?
    The day started with a possible answer to one of the digital era's greatest mysteries: Who created the bitcoin virtual currency that has become a multibillion-dollar global phenomenon? From there, with the unlikely revelation by Newsweek magazine that...
  • SEC lifts advertising ban for private securities

    SEC lifts advertising ban for private securities
    Coming this fall: advertisements pitching the opportunity to buy into hedge funds, private equity funds or early-stage companies. The Securities and Exchange Commission lifted last week a Depression-era ban against private companies advertising the sale...
  • Entrepreneurs pitch their products to investors

    From a comfortable high heel and an odor-free toilet, South Florida entrepreneurs gave their pitches this week to potential investors at the Startup Expo in Boca Raton. About 300 people — 20-somethings to 70-somethings — attended the...
  • Baltimore's future starts with people

    Atwood "Woody" Collins III, an executive vice president with M&T Bank, recently gave us his perspective on the future ("Taking a look at Baltimore's future," June 6). His view boils down to three elements: First, Baltimore's advantage of a deep-water port...
  • Development center for tech start-ups launches in Los Angeles

    When tech entrepreneurs look back at their bumpy launches, a common lament is, “If only I had known.” To shorten the list of regrets for the next Snapchat or Facebook, the Los Angeles Area Chamber of Commerce and Small Business...
  • San Francisco and New York call truce, will co-host tech summit

    San Francisco and New York call truce, will co-host tech summit
    Laying aside years of bad blood that has at times threatened to spill into open warfare, the mayors of San Francisco and New York City agreed Friday afternoon to a digital detente that will include co-hosting a technology summit this year.  Known humbly...
  • L.A. Cleantech Incubator is getting room to grow

    L.A. Cleantech Incubator is getting room to grow
    Inside a cavernous warehouse downtown, crumbling brick walls, exposed wiring and a gaping concrete pit suggest anything but the future of clean technology. A group of Los Angeles nonprofits, utilities and universities aims to change that when work...
  • Hopkins accelerator aims to give startups a jump start

    Hopkins accelerator aims to give startups a jump start
    In the bowels of a building where a long-gone manufacturer once made fine silver, the Johns Hopkins University cultivates fledgling firms. The FastForward business accelerator is a first for Hopkins, which quietly launched the operation last year and...
  • Indecisive? Get quick poll results with these 5 feedback apps

    Indecisive? Get quick poll results with these 5 feedback apps
    Does this make me look fat? Steak or seafood for dinner? Is this appropriate for a first date? Decisions, decisions, decisions. Life is full of them. Some are big, some are easy and some are more pressing than others. Many times feedback is hard to...