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500 Startups Opens Up New Manhattan Co-Working Space. Should You Join?
With another co-working space opening its doors, does it make sense for your startup to apply?
Can NYC Keep Its Startup Prowess? A New Report Shines Doubt
With New York City's talent pool in possible jeopardy, entrepreneurs may soon reconsider Silicon Alley as a startup destination.
Dell and Students Look to Entrepreneurship to Reform the Education System
Dell is joining forces with a student advocacy group for an all-day event to discuss entrepreneurship in the educational system.
New York City to Require Employers to Give Paid Sick Leave
After a contentious back and forth, the Gotham City is on the verge of passing legislation mandating paid time off for employees that are not healthy.
NYC Venture Fellows Program Mentors Startups on the Fast Track
Since 2011, a competitive fellowship program has been providing early-stage startup founders in New York City with the contacts and knowledge they need to succeed.
Happy Birthday Twitter: Jack Dorsey on the Ubiquitous Site and His Top Advice for Young Treps
The social-media site that's found its way into practically every entrepreneurs' toolkit turns 7 years old today. Here, we chat with the site's co-founder and get his best tips for newbie founders.
Twitter Co-founder Says He'd Run for NYC Mayor Someday
Jack Dorsey wants to run the Gotham City. Whether or not you want to take on politics in your own career, here are three lessons any entrepreneur can learn from the Twitter co-founder, who has been called the "intellectual successor" to Steve Jobs.