Archive for October, 2013

Posted By:   on Oct 21 2013

Source: The New York Times SoHo, the downtown neighborhood known for its cast-iron lofts and 19th-century tenements, is about to get something with an uptown flavor: a glassy high-rise. Sales are expected to begin this month for One Vandam, a [...]

Posted By:   on Oct 17 2013

Source: Wharton School Stewart Friedman, Practice Professor of Management, spoke to alumni in San Francisco as part of the Wharton Knowledge for Action Lifelong Learning tour.

Posted By:   on Oct 15 2013

Source: The New York Times A glass aerie with 10-foot ceilings, ebony floors and sweeping views of the Hudson River, the Statue of Liberty and the George Washington Bridge from its 14th-story perch on the southwest corner of the Superior [...]

Posted By:   on Oct 11 2013

Source: Stanford Graduate School of Business As traditional barriers to scale erode, product life cycles compress, and the costs of starting a business fall, the opportunities for entrepreneurship have expanded. Steve Blank, the author of “Four Steps to the Ephiphany” [...]