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CATO Event – How Should Ridesharing Be Regulated?

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The rise of ridesharing in the U.S. and abroad has been accompanied by complaints and concerns related to the regulation of rideshare companies such as Uber and Lyft. Reports of rideshare drivers assaulting passengers as well as worries about insurance coverage and vehicle inspections have all prompted discussion about the safety of ridesharing. In addition, market incumbents have complained that

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EY Entrepreneur Of The Year Awards – Nominate An Entrepreneur for 2015

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EY Entrepreneur Of The Year has been celebrating entrepreneurs for more than 25 years. As the world’s most prestigious business award for entrepreneurs, it has grown to 25 programs in the US, and the global program now spans more than 60 countries. In the more than 25 years that the EY Entrepreneur Of The Year awards have honored entrepreneurial excellence

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What is bootstrapping?

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Every entrepreneur planning a new venture faces the same dilemma. What are the critical capital resources? How much cash (financial capital) is needed? When is it needed? How will the funds be used? How soon will the venture reach profitability? For an entrepreneur, when times are good, cash flow is the oil that keeps a venture running smoothly. But cash

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The PrivCo 25 – Europe’s Largest Private Companies (2014)

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PrivCo screened its proprietary Private Company Financial Database with information on 675,000+ private companies to rank the PrivCo 25 Europe: Europe’s top 25 privately-held companies based on 2013 revenue. PrivCo lays out detailed information of the top 5 firms, as well as information on the rest of the PrivCo 25 Europe companies. PrivCo presents its key findings: Natural Resources, Materials,

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Harvard Exhibit – Georges Doriot Pioneer of Modern Venture Capital

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Georges Doriot, the Harvard Business School educator who played a pioneering role in the emergence of the postwar entrepreneurial economy, is the subject of a new exhibit and website at Harvard Business School. The charismatic professor taught business and leadership in his celebrated Manufacturing course to nearly 7,000 students. He realized his dream of establishing the first Master of Business

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How do you define your business space?

Understanding the environment of the industry is most important when planting the seeds of a new business venture. The environment is defined as all elements outside the boundary of an organization including the industry, government, customers, suppliers, the financial community, and other business ventures. Discussions of Industry Dynamics and Risk Analysis In the late 1970s, Harvard Business School’s Michael Porter introduced

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What are the supporting documents for investors?

Before any credible private equity investor will write a check to an entrepreneur they will conduct a complete background checks and detailed examination of the Company’s legal status and other important documents. We have provided discussions here for entrepreneurs to know about these supporting documents, and what entrepreneurs need to know before they talk to any potential investors. Our discussions here come from in-depth interviews and

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