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Monthly Archive for October, 2009

Three Reports in Juxtaposition

Three reports came out recently, that are especially interesting in juxtaposition: After the Dot-Com Bubble: Silicon Valley High-Tech Employment and Wages in 2001 and 2008. U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, San Francisco Regional Office. 2009.08.11. Second Quarter 2009 MoneyTree Report, PWC NVCA, 2009.08.12. Economic Impact of Venture Capital Study: Updated Edition Now Available. NVCA. 2009.09.11. […]

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This list seems to be getting a lot of buzz. Just saw it on CNN. The Daily Beast compiled and ranked a list of the smartest cities — metropolitan area’s (DMA) with a population greater than 1M people. They used several per capita factors, such as portion of residents with college and graduate degrees, non-fiction […]

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Here is a pointer to my testimony today before Members of the Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development, In Support of Eliminating Employee Non-Compete Agreements. Plus pointers to additional information regarding non-compete agreements. Branko Gerovac. 2009.10.07. Testimony before Members of the Joint Committee on Labor and Workforce Development, In Support of Eliminating Employee Non-Compete […]

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The Wall Street Journal just published their list of the 10 (actually 11) top cities that will attract recent college graduates and young professionals when the economy begins to recover. Boston ties for 10th place. The article characterizes the selection rational for each of the cities. A few excerpts: 1. (Tie) Washington, D.C. “The 2008 […]

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