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Your Weekly Recommendations Sunday, February 18, 2018
 
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Video Of The Week: Is Crypto the Future of Early Stage Funding?
A VC • Fred Wilson
a16z Podcast: How Tech is Changing Investing
Andreesen Horowitz Blogs • Htidnam
Fun Friday: Skiing
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This former 'Sims' intern raised over $33 million for her 3D furniture platform
CNBC • Courtney Connley
Report: 69% of consumers find cosmetic microtransactions acceptable
Game Industry International
7 Common Entrepreneurial Mistakes You Can Avoid
Forbes • Communityvoice, Young Entrepreneur Council
Why Random Acts of Kindness Are a Smart Strategy to Succeed as an Entrepreneur
Inc. • Eddie Yoon
A Russian Business Icon Sells Out to the State
Bloomberg • Leonid Bershidsky
Cannabis Control Commission Mulls Gov. Baker's Order To 'Go Slow' With Its Draft Regulations
WBUR • Wbur
Millionaire Seth Godin Brilliantly Sums Up 1 Thing Great Leaders Do That Separates Them From Everyone Else
Inc. • Tommy Mello
 
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Video Of The Week: Is Crypto the Future of Early Stage Funding?
A VCFred Wilson
A lot of people in the crypto sector have suggested that ICOs and tokens are the future of early stage investing and highly disruptive to my business (venture capital). In this video (yet another from the Upfront Conference), VCs and other investors...
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Entrepreneurship
a16z Podcast: How Tech is Changing Investing
Andreesen Horowitz BlogsHtidnam
As people begin to gain access to information that was previously left to only trained specialists, a new set of asset classes are being created — and they are changing the way we think about everything from banking to customizing …
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Entrepreneurship, Technology Industry
Fun Friday: Skiing
A VCFred Wilson
The long Presidents Weekend has always been ski time for our us. And the same is true this year. We’ve arrived in ski country with a bunch of friends and plan on being out on the mountains for the next three days....
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Economic Policy, Entrepreneurship
This former 'Sims' intern raised over $33 million for her 3D furniture platform
CNBCCourtney Connley
Finding the right piece of furniture for any space can be difficult. Being able to virtually see how that sofa you've been eyeing will look in your home before you purchase it, or whether that lamp will fit perfectly in the corner...
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Entrepreneurship, Gaming Software
Report: 69% of consumers find cosmetic microtransactions acceptable
Game Industry International
Over two-thirds of consumers feel that cosmetic microtransaction are an acceptable form of monetisation in games, according to a report from data-led discussion platform Qutee. The report, Gaming Today, is based on an online discussion led by a panel of gaming and...
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Entrepreneurship
7 Common Entrepreneurial Mistakes You Can Avoid
ForbesCommunityvoice, Young Entrepreneur Council
The failure rate for startups over time is staggering, something that can be disheartening for people planning to start their own business. This means that learning a thing or two about what entrepreneurs that came before you learned from their challenges can...
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Cancer, Entrepreneurship
Why Random Acts of Kindness Are a Smart Strategy to Succeed as an Entrepreneur
Inc.Eddie Yoon
February 17th is Random Acts of Kindness Day. It's tempting to think of this as a greeting card fabrication. But I know that generosity is actually a great growth strategy. As a growth strategist, my worldview is fundamentally about focus and making...
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Economic Policy, Entrepreneurship
A Russian Business Icon Sells Out to the State
BloombergLeonid Bershidsky
Sergei Galitsky's announcement that he is selling almost his entire remaining stake in his enormous retail company to a Russian government-owned bank is perhaps the clearest imaginable indictment of President Vladimir Putin's economic policies. While economists argue about the government's exact weight...
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Cannabis Control Commission Mulls Gov. Baker's Order To 'Go Slow' With Its Draft Regulations
WBURWbur
Marijuana advocates in Massachusetts say Gov. Charlie Baker is putting extraordinary pressure on the Cannabis Control Commission to force them to step back from some of their draft regulations. The commission is proposing, in addition to cannabis retail stores, the licensing of...
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Entrepreneurship
Millionaire Seth Godin Brilliantly Sums Up 1 Thing Great Leaders Do That Separates Them From Everyone Else
Inc.Tommy Mello
Everyone under the sun is crazy about hiring top employees. Well, I'm the same. But let's be real: Even if you try your best to hire only A players, you can't get it right 100 percent of the time -- which means...
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