April 09, 2020

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Venture Capital: Don't Call It a Comeback

The third quarter of 2009 saw venture capital activity hit $6.1B, a healthy 14% increase

What’s An Economy For, Anyway? A Spate of New Works Hazard A Guess

by Francesca Rheannon Last night I visited a local pub with an old friend I hadn't seen in decades. He's in town to...

The Secrets to Getting Your Green Business Funded

Venture capitalist Bryan Korba offers an insider's perspective on what VCs are looking for, how not to look like an amateur, and what...

When Green Meets Gold

Who is to blame for getting us into this mess?

Now Playing:Ethical Markets and Re-forming Our Systems

Hazel Henderson, world renowned futurist, evolutionary economist, and world-wide syndicated columnist joins ZOOM’D

The Commons and Integral Capital

But what the media headlines and reports do not mention is how deeply this crisis is rooted in our history

Zimbabwe's small business man

Even though Zimbabwe is facing its toughest economic times Samuel Nduma has managed to keep his furniture making business going and provide for...

Lessons of the crash of '08

It's been 12 months since Lehman Brothers failed, setting off a chain reaction that came horrifyingly close to destroying the world's financial system

Slower by Design, Not Disaster

In this book, Peter Victor examines some of our most fundamental assumptions about markets, pricing, free trade, economic growth, and prosperity

Facing Declining Demand, Water Bottlers Start Price War

Bottled water companies have also been reducing the amount of plastic in their bottles in response to public criticism that bottled water is...




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