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Bringing Silicon Valley to a Town Near You

A crappy cup of airplane tea and the rise of Donald Trump led to the launch in May of an outfit with the wacky name of All Turtles, which might usher in a new way to think about tech startups around the world. The All Turtles story began with Phil Libin, who used to be CEO of the app company Evernote and lately has worked as a partner at the venture capital firm General Catalyst in Silicon Valley. Last fall, Libin boarded a JetBlue flight from Boston to San Francisco. As the plane leveled off, he ordered tea. Libin plopped the tea bag in the hot water, then got distracted for about 10 minute
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The Underground Network of Wikipedia Editors Will Create a Page for You

Three years after launching an online magazine for young entrepreneurs called Foundr, Nathan Chan decided it needed a Wikipedia page. “Any legitimate brand has one,” he says. “All our competitors have pages.” There were just two problems. Wikipedia strongly discourages people from creating their own pages. And the site’s five-million-plus articles are largely created by 200,000-some volunteer editors, and it’s unlikely one of them would suddenly take an interest in a small startup and build a page themselves. Related: 6 Ways To Increase Your Brand's Online Credibility This spring, Chan posted
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NPR Announces Tri-City 'How I Built This' Live Podcast Tour

NPR's chart-topping entrepreneurship podcast heads to innovative cities across the country Award-winning host Guy Raz to interview entrepreneurs, moves and shakers in New York City, San Francisco and Seattle June 21, 2017; Washington, D.C. - NPR is pleased to announce the inaugural three-city tour of its entrepreneurship podcast How I Built This. The live-event series begins July 12 in New York City featuring host Guy Raz in conversation with Jonah Peretti, founder and CEO of BuzzFeed and co-founder of The Huffington Post. The live podcast tapings will continue to San Francisco and Seattle and
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