The Broadsheet, Fortune Most Powerful Women by Kristen Bellstrom, Claire Zillman, and Emma Hinchliffe
Strategies you can use right now to open yourself up to different ideas and reap the benefits of critical thinking.
Sportsmail's racing expert Robin Goodfellow dishes out his tips for Friday's meetings at Haydock, Hamilton, Chepstow, and Wolverhampton.
My first real job in programming started on July 5, 2007, which means I have just over twelve years of experience as I write this. It’s a lot more than nothing, but probably not much more than something. Ten years seems to be about the right amount of time to get good at something, though some amount of natural talent or sheer drive can make it go faster. But growth is not as simple as waiting it out and talent does not supersede the need for experience. Players get to that intermediate level...
Seoul’s startup ecosystem is set to take on the tech world. The city is already home to 8,708 startups, 85 accelerators, and the country has a total of 10 unicorns (with the majority based in Seoul). In terms of IPOs, while most markets across the world have taken a hit during the pandemic, Seoul’s burgeoning biotech scene has helped position the city as a leader. According to a recent article by the Financial Times: “SK Corp
Depending on the extent of the United States’ rollbacks on special status, a lot of Hong Kong’s appeal to American tech companies and talent may be eroded.
Companies are increasingly turning to agile teams to help reduce development time for new products and increase productivity in its workforce.
AI logistics startup 7bridges has raised $3.4 million in a seed funding round backed by LocalGlobe and Crane Venture Partners.
Investors are keeping their hands in their pockets as the COVID-19 pandemic causes economic turmoil around the world.
Wingly – better known as "the Uber of the skies" – just raised $3 million in a fundraising round backed by French VC firm Innovacom.