Every once in a while, we find a story that embodies the triumph of the human spirit, the successful achievement against all odds, the individual passion for a better life that transcends all the noise from the digital, technology, blogosphere — just mano-a-mano against the darkness and the sadness. In this case, the manos are two women refugees whose stories give us all a moment to pause and consider our many blessings, particularly at this time of year.
It’s time for entrepreneurs to think big.
The glass ceiling has been cracked but not shattered. Important advice from three very different women who have become CEOs.
Startups around the world are having a hard time raising money.
San Diego has the opportunity to be a leader in the fast changing world of health care information technology but several challenges loom.
I am sure you all know who W.E. Hickson is. Sure you do. He was the 19th-century poet who famously said, “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” When University of California San Diego Ph.D. candidate Raj Krishnan first entered the UCSD Entrepreneur Challenge business plan competition, he didn’t make the cut. No […]