You can visit Apple’s new spaceship of a campus starting in April

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Cupertino, California— Apple today announced that Apple Park, the company’s new 175-acre campus, will be ready for employees to begin occupying in April. The process of moving more than 12,000 people will take over six months, and construction of the Continue reading You can visit Apple’s new spaceship of a campus starting in April

The 5 different types of Apple users—which one is you?

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Steven Milunovich, a UBS Securities analyst, publishes regular investor notes looking at exactly how big Apple’s installed base is and what its revenue per user is. His latest analysis suggests Apple could add 92 million iPhone users in 2017 and 82 Continue reading The 5 different types of Apple users—which one is you?

Power VC Mike Kwatinetz’s top 10 predictions for 2017

Mike Kwatinetz is a Founding General Partner at Azure Capital Partners and a Venture Capitalist investing in application software (SaaS), ecommerce, consumer web and infrastructure technology companies. Successful exits include: Bill Me Later, VMware, TripIt and Top Tier. This top ten Continue reading Power VC Mike Kwatinetz’s top 10 predictions for 2017

Introducing the Alchemist.io Global Top 250 Private Company competition

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The Alchemist.io editorial team and advisory board, along with our partners at Sunrise [Silicon Valley], are pleased to announce the kick-off of our first annual Global Top 250 private company competition. In our search for the Global Top 250, our editors Continue reading Introducing the Alchemist.io Global Top 250 Private Company competition

Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Amazon PACs vote Republican with their money

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In 2016, the corporate PACs associated with Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Amazon broke ranks with the traditional allegiance of the broad tech sector to the Democratic Party. All four donated more money to Republican Congressional candidates than they did to their Democratic opponents. Google’s PAC gave 56 percent Continue reading Microsoft, Facebook, Google and Amazon PACs vote Republican with their money