History is replete with pairings that made for an odd match, shall we say? Julie Roberts and Lyle Lovett as husband and wife. Bing Crosby and David Bowie duetting on “Little Drummer Boy.”And on and on. Of course I had to use pop culture references, too.
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It is possible to mitigate the privacy and security risks of the internet of things (IoT) without losing its benefits, according to an industry expert
This dad of two quit his job to become a successful author. This is how he did it.
David Cameron is the first of three party leaders to be quizzed by a BBC Question Time audience, the final set piece event before polling day.
Apple acknowledges some of the functions on its new smartwatch may not work properly when it is worn over tattoos.
Crowdfunding meets equity.
For years now, there’s been chatter about crowdfunding taking a leap further, offering not just donations, but investments. Like a design on Kickstarter? You can invest in the company — not just offer a one-time contribution for a freebie.
That’s yet to happen, largely because of regulations prohibiting everyday folks (with salaries less than $200,000) to invest in companies. To be an investor, one must be an “accredited investor” according to the Securities and Exchange Commission.
DC-based EquityEats tried to pilot this concept last year. Johann Moonesinghe and his co-founders, Jason Pinto, Andrew Harris, and Steve Lucas, launched a crowdfunding site devoted to helping food entrepreneurs.
HBO CEO Richard Plepler says the company is in talks with other distributors — including Amazon — and expects to have more deals for its streaming service by the end of the year.
New York State begins accepting medical marijuana applications and expects to announce the approved applicants in July.