America’s Generation Gap in the Workforce

 The workforce in America is changing.    The older generation is refusing to retire, pensions are dying, millennials are demanding a recalibration of the work/life balance, technology is replacing non-skilled labor,

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Car Sharing: The Legality of an Innovative Industry

It is without question that the car-sharing industry has become a hot business over the last 5 years. There are a number of different services within this industry that are

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Zano: The Ultimate Kickstarter Failure

If you had the opportunity to invest in the most revolutionary product to date, would you? In 2015, 12,075[1] people took this risk on the crowdfunding website; Kickstarter, expecting to

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What is a Vesting Schedule and Why Do I Need One?

Imagine this scenario, you and your friend launch a startup company and both of you split the equity 50–50. Your startup is growing fast and now you have investors that

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Cost of Incorporating in Delaware

If you are looking to incorporate in Delaware, here is a DIY guide that may come in handy, as well as tips, input, costs and fees. The breakdown is as

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3 Reasons Why Startups Incorporate in Delaware

Almost 1 million businesses are incorporated in Delaware . Additionally, more then half of all fortune 500 companies are incorporated in Delaware. Since most founders have a plan for world

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New York State Has Granted Its First Bit License

Some exciting news has come out of New York state. Circle Internet Financial, The Boston based startup, backed by Goldman Sachs, was officially granted New York’s first “BitLicense”, on September

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Things You Should Avoid in a Potential Investor

Check out Matthew’s feature in Inc. where he discusses things you should avoid in a potential investor – LINK

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What are “IP-Box” Regimes?

What is it? Generally speaking, an “IP-Box” regime (sometimes called an “Innovation-Box”) is a country’s grant of a low tax rate on profits made from a company’s intellectual property. The

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