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A merican Apparel founder Dov Charney, who is now gone from the company he started, did not have a graceful cake and champagne kind of departure. It was ugly.
The board suspended Charney as CEO in June, but kept him on as a consultant while a "suitability committee" did an internal investigation of various harassment claims against him, ultimately concluding that he misused company funds and ...5 minutes ago
A look at the hottest deals, business moves and upstart entrepreneurs for December 17 from around the country, as reported by The Business Journals and other local business publications.
Silicon Valley… LendingClub's IPO last week is officially one of the 10 biggest tech offerings of all time as it's announced that underwriters bought all their allotted shares. The online ...35 minutes ago
V ivek Wadwha says new trillion-dollar industries are on the verge of wiping out existing trillion-dollar industries, in a video released yesterday by Big Think. The revolution, he says, has already begun in manufacturing and other industries, and will spread to every major sector over the next 20 years.
"The good news for America is that manufacturing is going to come back here," said Wadhwa, ...1 hour ago
Entrepreneurs and innovators have become fodder for entertainment and education this year, and we're not just talking must-see titles such as "Shark Tank." Our list of what to watch from 2014 includes documentaries and reality shows, as well as fictional TV shows and movies, and whether it's an idea such as artificial intelligence, or a close-up look at the life of fashion innovator Diane von ...1 hour ago
M att Victoriano, the military sniper-turned-coffee entrepreneur is back – and so is Intrepid Life– it's just no longer a coffee shop.
Yes, there's still coffee brewing. And yes, there's still beer in the refrigerator.
But the only thing Victoriano is selling is space.
U ber has been getting a lot of attention lately — both for its massive fundraising efforts and the global crackdowns by governments on its ride-sharing service, including in Boston.
But that might be OK for Jens Wohltorf, a former Boston Consulting Group executive who wrote his thesis in 2001 about Boston transportation patterns while at MIT.
In 2011 — after his tenure at BCG — Wohltorf ...3 hours ago
B illionaire Sean Parker, who helped launch Napster and Facebook, is giving $24 million over two years to help launch an allergy research center at the Stanford University School of Medicine.
Parker, who's had personal experiences with allergies, which affect an estimated 30 percent to 40 percent of the world's inhabitants, said he hopes the new ...3 hours ago
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