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Connexion à l’iTunes Store. Blogs. Connexion à l’iTunes Store. Connexion à l’iTunes Store. Les abonnements Qobuz Streaming - Téléchargement et écoute de musique. Entre sanctions et punitions : François Hollande, fais moi mal ! JO de Londres : Yannick Agnel rapporte une nouvelle médaille d'or à la France. [Mis à jour à 21h] Camille Lacourt ne finit que quatrième de la final du 100 mètres dos.

JO de Londres : Yannick Agnel rapporte une nouvelle médaille d'or à la France

Champion de France, d'Europe et du monde, le nageur français de 27 ans a échoué au finish, face à l'Américain Mattew Greevers qui emporte la médaille d'or. [Mis à jour à 20h45] Yannick Agnel est champion olympique du 200 mètres nage libre en 1'43''14 (soit un nouveau record de France) au lendemain de sa médaille d'or au relais 4x100 mètres avec ses camarades français.

Il devance ainsi le Sud-Coréen Park Tae-Hwan, déjà médaillé d'argent en 2008 aux Jeux de Pékin, et le Chinois Sun Yang, sacré samedi sur 400 m libre, qui ont fini deuxièmes ex-aequo en 1:44.93. Retwettez et gagnez un iPod nano avec MacGeneration. L'association Alumni de l'université d'Auburn, celle-là même où Tim Cook a obtenu en 1982 un diplôme de génie industriel, a mis en ligne une vidéo qui rend hommage au travail, aux valeurs et aux actions du patron d'Apple.

Retwettez et gagnez un iPod nano avec MacGeneration

Mi-décembre, ce dernier avait reçu de cette même université un « International Quality of Life Award », soit la reconnaissance, par l'institution, des personnes qui oeuvrent pour un meilleur bien-être individuel, familial et collectif (lire : Tim Cook : « ne laissez jamais la majorité restreindre les droits de la minorité »). Connexion à l’iTunes Store. Connexion à l’iTunes Store. Maderia, Portugal. Curiosity rover: Martian solar day 2 - Fullscreen 360º VR Panorama. Connexion à l’iTunes Store. Soon Even Your Mom Can Invest: Senate Passes Crowdfunding Bill (With Protections) Well, this just in from a dispatch on Capitol Hill: The Senate has passed legislation that will essentially legalize crowdfunding in startups by practically anyone, even your mom.

Soon Even Your Mom Can Invest: Senate Passes Crowdfunding Bill (With Protections)

U.S. Senators Scott Brown (R-Mass.), Jeff Merkley (D-Oreg.), and Michael Bennet (D-Colo.) collectively introduced the “CROWDFUND Act” (S. 2190) earlier this month, which adds measures to the House of Rep’s now well-known JOBS Act to ensure that companies would be able to use SEC-approved crowdfunding platforms to raise money from “small-dollar investors.” While the CROWDFUND Act passed 73-26, and received bipartisan support, as one might expect when the potential for any old investor to enter the well-guarded circle of angel investing (especially in Silicon Valley) comes around, both the JOBS Act and the CROWDFUND Act have been controversial in the business community. Many worry that lowering the barriers to investing in startups could increase the amount of fraud inherent to the process. Connexion à l’iTunes Store. 365 Days, $10 Million, 3 Rounds, 2 Companies, All With 5 Magic Slides. Editor’s note: The following is a guest post by Socialcast founder Tim Young detailing how he raised 3 rounds totaling $10M in VC money in a year’s time with a 5-slide deck.

365 Days, $10 Million, 3 Rounds, 2 Companies, All With 5 Magic Slides

This was originally published at “Knowledge Is Social.” “I have a short five-slide deck to share that provides a solid framework for understanding our business.” Since moving to San Francisco a little over a year ago, I have spent every day helping to build Socialcast and about.me. During this time, I have raised more than $10 million combined over 3 funding rounds for both Socialcast and about.me. Convincing venture capitalists to invest in two startups in less than 365 days was a challenging task, but one that quickly taught me the dos and don’ts of raising money. Stop using the projector for initial meetings Most of my initial venture partner meetings ended up in a conference room. Understanding an investor’s perspective Every venture partner has his or her own ideal approach to learning about your business. 1. “Ask the Business Attorney”: What Are the Most Common Mistakes Startups Make Dealing with VC’s? Introduction This post was originally part of my “Ask the Attorney” series which I am writing for VentureBeat; below is a longer, more comprehensive version.

“Ask the Business Attorney”: What Are the Most Common Mistakes Startups Make Dealing with VC’s?

Please feel free to call me directly if you have any questions (415-979-9998). Thanks, Scott Question My co-founder and I are crushing it, and we’re getting ready to approach VC’s for some cash. Publicité Japonaise du Fuji X100. Help. Why Startups Need to Blog (and what to talk about ?) Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Mark Suster (@msuster), a 2x entrepreneur, now VC at GRP Partners.

Why Startups Need to Blog (and what to talk about ?)

Read more about Suster at Bothsidesofthetable Blogs. We all read them to get a sense of what is going on in the world, peeling back layers of the old world in which media was too scripted. By definition, if you are reading this you read blogs. But should you actually write one if you’re a startup, an industry figure (lawyer, banker) or VC? This is a post to help you figure out why you should write and what you should talk about. 1.

People often ask me why I started blogging. I had been reading Brad Feld’s blog & Fred Wilson’s blog for a couple of years and found them very helpful to my thinking so I honestly just thought I was giving back to the community. The results have been both unexpected and astounding. Transparencyaccessibilityauthenticitythought leadershipadvice I’ll bet your customers, business partners or suppliers would love similar. 2. You wouldn’t. Think Magento. 3. So. 4. Toi aussi deviens un roi de l'enfarinage de François Hollande! L'Observatoire des créations et défaillances d'entreprises.

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