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Post-January, tech entrepreneurs have reasons to be depressed

Depressed?

Considering we just escaped January a notoriously depressing month because of the post-holiday letdown and the cold, dark and dank weather thats no surprise. In fact, an English psychologist calculated that January 24 (just one week ago) was the most depressing day of the year.

While technology entrepreneurs already bear an extra psychological burden because of the c......

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Notice the part of this country in which he didnt mention finding smart people.

Succeeding at failure


Throughout January, business news pages were filled with stories about TiVo (the phenomenally successful digital video recorder company). These stories invariably note that TiVo pioneered DVR technology, has by far the best technology, has permanently changed the TV-viewing h......

Full article >>> ilicon Valley VC firms being sued for allegedly deceiving founders of a start-up company by withholding certain critical information and cheating them out of millions of dollars.

In 2002, the founders agreed to sell their interests in the company but claim they were not told that there was a pending deal with Google that would increase 2003 net income by 1,400 percent over 2002. One thing......

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Source:wistechnology.com By Darrell Dvorak 02/02/05


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