In Case You Missed It: Launch Links - Week of November 6, 2016
Some interesting links we found across the web this week:
The Obvious Mistake Most
Startups Know Not to Make (But Still Make Anyway)
Don’t mistake your big ambitions for an excuse not to start small. Many of the most successful tech companies began life by offering focused, niche products or services.
Here's What the Trump Presidency
Will Mean for Net Neutrality
Forbes discusses the tweet heard ‘round the world-wide net neutrality community. Will the new Republican Administration kill net neutrality or does hope still exist?
Simple Ethics Rules for Better
“Don’t be evil” might just be the secret to better risk management. The Harvard Business Review discusses how strong company values can serve as an essential compliance tool.
China Adopts Cybersecurity Law
Despite Foreign Opposition
China tightens its grip on data and the tech companies operating within its borders. Bloomberg explores the new challenges tech companies will face under China’s recently adopted cybersecurity laws.
Is Thematic Investing the Future
of Venture Capital?
First there were themed parties, then restaurants…now venture capital? The future for VCs may lie in thematic funds that branding and market-expertise to deliver value to .
Biotech Industry Sizing Up Trump’s
Impact on Drug Prices
Much regulatory uncertainty lies ahead, but The Boston Globe examines what the new administration might mean for biotech and pharma companies.
Links compiled by Bill Warren.