This week’s articles discuss how entrepreneurial thinking may solve world problems, profile social news start-up Reddit, consider whether all VCs make money on IPOs, and highlight an interview with VC Guy Kawasaki.
Why Entrepreneurs Will Save The World – Paul B. Brown, Forbes
An entrepreneurial mindset is a wonderful tool to use to try to solve what seem to be unsolvable problems—everything from the health care crisis to social ills.
How Alexis Ohanian Built a Front Page of the Internet - Christine Lagorio, Inc.
Reddit was one of the first start-ups out of the Y Combinator program to be acquired, making founder Alexis Ohanian a 23-year-old multimillionaire. Here's how he did it.
Myth Busted - All Venture Caps Make Money - Debra Borchardt, The Street
According to a new study, venture-cap returns haven't significantly outperformed the market since the late 1990s.
Guy Kawasaki: No 'Secret Sauce' for Tech Success – Jason Fell, Entrepreneur
Kawasaki discusses what's helped him succeed in the tech business and how others can find their own success.
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