As an intensive Facebook user, I have long been fascinated with the trials and tribulations of the company which in just eight years has amassed over 1 billion monthly active users, shaped social media into an entirely new industry, and poses direct and indirect threats to some of the largest companies in the world. Facebook’s … More 3 reasons why Facebook can justify a $100 billion valuation
Amsterdam is quite possibly the most liberal city in the world. This title carries with it many praiseworthy attributes, as well as numerous challenges. The bicycles, the marijuana, the tolerant people, the openness to new ideas seen in industries as varied as architecture and sex, a world-class, social healthcare system; all defining characteristics of a … More Are Amsterdam’s aspirations hidden behind a veil of smoke?
As I prepare for a talk about the Entrepreneurship Opportunities at Fordham this weekend, and with the Compass Fellowship at Fordham well underway, I thought I would reflect on the state of Tech & Entrepreneurship in New York City, the city I am fortunate enough to call home.
Inter-railing around Europe is usually the domain of students trying to “find themselves,” or attempting to seem cultured when they tell their friends they have visited the Louvre, Prague Castle or other grandiose symbol of Europe’s rich history. I went inter-railing around Europe attempting to do just those things, but I came away with something … More The upcoming problems for AirBnB in the US… and how to fix them