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Mike Geisler wishes he had some superhero powers to return phone calls at the speed of light, or type out an email faster than it would take to think the thought.
Instead, the 53-year-old executive is just a man working in the super-like Dallas real estate industry. He oversees Dallas-based Venture Commercial as the managing partner of the retail-centric real estate firm that he founded with ...21 minutes ago
WASHINGTON—The cybersecurity market was worth an estimated $75 billion in 2015. By 2020, that’s predicted to swell to $170 billion.
For years, the business community has been paying close attention to those numbers amid otherwise tightening budgets, particularly in the federal space. “Everybody who has got their cup out wants to dip into that and take a sip,” said George McKenzie, ...3 hours ago
NASHVILLE—Ever since blogging became popular in the mid-2000s, millions of Americans have taken to the Internet to lend their voices to every topic imaginable. And like every other industry the Internet has democratized (see music, book publishing, etc.), not only were bloggers empowered in their ability to communicate when and how they wanted, they soon discovered they were able to make money ...6 hours ago
SILICON VALLEY—Addicted to Instagram? The company is introducing several features that will make the platform easier to use for individuals and advertisers.
Instagram now allows some users to toggle between accounts rather than logging in and out of each screen name, according to the Latergramme blog, which first noticed the change. The company has not officially announced the feature, but ...23 hours ago
NEW YORK—Adore Me, the fast-growing e-commerce site for lingerie, is holding a pop-up event in Manhattan this week and it’s more than a drill for something the brand might do: it is definitely planning to get into brick-and-mortar.
Sharon Klapka, vice president of business and brand development for the Manhattan-based company, says that the company is working on a brick-and-mortar plan and ...23 hours ago
SILICON VALLEY—Players' life after football could get kicked up with a little help from Facebook, Uber and other Bay Area tech companies.
The end game is more than landing figurehead positions for players, according to leaders of the National Football League Players Association, which organized player tours earlier this week of venture capital firm Andreessen Horowitz, social media giant ...24 hours ago
SILICON VALLEY—Union Square Ventures VC Fred Wilson isn't an investor in Uber, but he has clearly lost patience with CEO Travis Kalanick's reluctance to go public.
"He's wimping out. That should be a publicly traded company," Business Insider reported Wilson as saying at the Upfront Summit in Los Angeles on Thursday.
He said that going public sometimes doesn't taste good, "but it makes ...February 5, 2016 | 2:00pm EST
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