Monthly Archives: September 2012

New home sales dip in August – Charlotte Business Journal (blog)


San Francisco Chronicle
New home sales dip in August
Charlotte Business Journal (blog)
National new home sales posted a slight decline of 0.3 percent to a seasonally adjusted rate of 373,000 homes in August, dropping from a revised July pace of 374,000 units, according to a Washington Business Journal report based on data from the U.S.
In business: US home sales fell slightly in AugustMemphis Commercial Appeal
Sales of new US homes stay close to two-year highThe City Wire

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How startup sausage gets made: The Launch Pad reviewed – Ars Technica


Ars Technica
How startup sausage gets made: The Launch Pad reviewed
Ars Technica
The essential nature of a startup is not that it is a new business but that it is a new business setup to grow very quickly—in Paul Graham's phrasing, it must be 'designed to scale.' Thus, a programmer who decides to open a consulting business to help
Peer-To-Peer Apartment Rental Site Airbnb Raising ~ $100 Billion At A $2 Business Insider

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The Daily Start-Up: Insight Bets on Traditional Email With $62M for Mimecast – Wall Street Journal (blog)


Wall Street Journal (blog)
The Daily StartUp: Insight Bets on Traditional Email With $62M for Mimecast
Wall Street Journal (blog)
Fisker, which currently sells a luxury plug-in hybrid car called Karma, needs more capital to sustain its expensive business plan. Also in today's VentureWire, San Francisco startup Coffee Meets Bagel is seeded not with poppy or sesame, but $600,000,
London tech hub grows as investors back MimecastEvening Standard

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