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Tampa Bay Business Journal

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Albany Business Review

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Entrepreneur Center lands Google as sponsor for music-tech accelerator

m.bizjournals.com — The Nashville Entrepreneur Center has added another high-profile name to the growing list of sponsors of its music-tech initiative: Google. The California-based tech giant, which has steadily increased its presence in Nashville in the past few years, joins more than 10 local companies as a sponsor of Project Music, the Entrepreneur Center's first foray into the music-tech space.
Nov 26, 2014

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Twitter CFO Anthony Noto direct message fail leads to acquisition speculation

upstart.bizjournals.com — Teresa Novellino Upstart Business Journal Entrepreneurs & Enterprises Editor Email |Twitter The UpTake: Twitter's chief financial officer Anthony Noto, who appears to have accidentally tweeted a private direct message publicly, has set off a guessing game about which company Twitter might be looking to acquire.

Chatham Park backers fire back against Pittsboro Matters

m.bizjournals.com — A new motion has been filed in a zoning challenge to the 7,120-acre development planned for Pittsboro - and this time it's the investor group behind the project that's throwing the legal punches. Chatham Park Investors, which, according to the N.C.

Albuquerque Business First

m.bizjournals.com — The longtime curator and head of TEDxABQ, Tim Nisly, said he is stepping down to focus on creating new nonprofits and will let a new team take over the event series he brought to the city. Nisly launched the TEDxABQ events here in 2009 and built a team of volunteers who have hosted several events over the last five years under the TEDxABQ banner.

Do's and don'ts of the office holiday party circuit

upstart.bizjournals.com — Who doesn't love a good office party to ring in some holiday cheer? You might not if your behavior at that party goes too far and leads you to lose or job. So, before the nog starts flowing, check out these tips from G&A Partners, a professional employer organization.

Memphis Business Journal

m.bizjournals.com — The city of Memphis and Shelby County have launched a new economic development plan for the region that will be focus on job training and creation, as well as emphasizing the city's economic strengths. The Greater Memphis Alliance for a Competitive Workforce will launch in January and be led by Glen Fenter, currently president of Mid-South Community College.

Ferguson crisis: Most business insurance covers riots

m.bizjournals.com — The rioting that erupted Sunday night in Ferguson likely caused millions of dollars in damage, but will the affected businesses - some of them locally owned - be covered? Probably, according to insurance experts. "Most small businesses have what's known as a businessowners policy (BOP), and BOPs generally cover riot-caused property damage," according to Insurance Information Institute spokesman Michael Barry.

RDU feeling the wrath of winter storm with delays, cancellations

m.bizjournals.com — As of 9 a.m., more than 25 flights have been delayed or cancelled out of Raleigh-Durham International Airport, as winter storm Cato bears down on the East Coast, dropping temperatures and drenching everyone Wednesday morning.

Kansas City Business Journal

m.bizjournals.com — With a career spanning the business and academic worlds and a wide range of civic involvement, Leo Morton has had many titles through the years. He gained a new one Tuesday, when the Greater Kansas City Chamber of Commerce named him as Kansas Citian of the Year for 2014.

Twitter CFO Anthony Noto direct message fail leads to acquisition speculation

upstart.bizjournals.com — Teresa Novellino Upstart Business Journal Entrepreneurs & Enterprises Editor Email |Twitter The UpTake: Twitter's chief financial officer Anthony Noto, who appears to have accidentally tweeted a private direct message publicly, has set off a guessing game about which company Twitter might be looking to acquire.
Nov 25, 2014

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Nov 25, 2014

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Former UNM dean Doug Brown "flunking retirement" again

m.bizjournals.com — In some circles, Doug Brown's retirement is just a running joke. He's tried for the umpteenth time to retire. But on Monday he became the interim CEO of First National Santa Fe bank. "I keep flunking retirement," Brown told Business First on Tuesday. "There's been good progress that the bank has been making.