RSS Feeds
Posts
Comments

Category Archive for 'Non-Compete Agreements'

Alternate Title: What will it take for the next major technology company to develop in Boston? Or, anywhere else for that matter? Facebook recently released their much anticipated initial S-1 IPO filing.[1] It’s been all over the trade and national news along with other recent and forthcoming IPOs. The general expectation is that Facebook will […]

Read Full Post »

Response to: Facebook ‘Shock’ Has Boston Firms Searching for Next Zuckerberg.[1] Anyone, who is truly serious about “searching” for the next Facebook in the greater Boston area, first has to be serious about getting rid of non-compete agreements in Massachusetts. Not doing so, is to ignore the data and simply to repeat the same mistakes. […]

Read Full Post »

Alternate Title: Google and Facebook — Number of Employees and Annual Revenues Addendum to: Would DEC Still Exist if Non-Competes Didn’t? The data presented below was collected while preparing the previous post: Would DEC still Exist If Non-Competes Didn’t? That post was already getting long, and this data seemed to distract from the previous post’s […]

Read Full Post »

This question is particularly relevant to the Boston area technology sector because if Digital Equipment Corp. (DEC) still existed it would be an anchor company in the area: an anchor company that would provide a foundation for the region’s business, technology, and culture; an anchor company that would provide a degree of stability, scale, international […]

Read Full Post »

The current issue of Business Week Magazine lists the Top Angels in Tech. BW presents this as the first annual ranking of top angel investors. The sub story is the impact that current and former Google employees are having as angel investors.

Read Full Post »

Older Posts »