In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of June 7, 2015
Some interesting links we found across the web for last week:
World's Biggest Data Breaches
Awesome data visualization of the past two decades of data breaches, what happened, who did it and what it all means. Allows user to select a variety of differing inputs to reveal different looks at the same data.
The $5 Billion Battle for the American Dinner Plate
Fast Company looks at one of the fastest growing industries for companies: the "just add cooking" dinner boxes. From meat lovers to gluten free vegan, DIY dinner never looked so good.
5 Reasons You Need To Work in Corporate America Before Starting a Business
Brothers Reum describe what they learned working at Goldman Sachs and how it helped them in the world. Spoiler alert: culture matters.
Trends Show Crowdfunding To Surpass VC in 2016
Forbes contributor Chance Barnett looks at Mass Solution Report (available here) indicating that will exceed VC as soon as next year. Replete with good links to relevant information.
In surprise stance, venture capital trade group opposes patent reform
Fortune examines patent reform from and rumors that the National Venture Capital Association is advocating against reform in defense of who are investing in patent trollers as an asset class. Featuring some choice tweets from Andreesen.
Links compiled by former Associate Daniel Doktori.