Wake-Up Call For Newly Hatched Entrepreneurs There is a swelling class of first-time entrepreneurs, and they need help. This class includes, among others, mompreneurs (women who saw business-building as a way to bolster their retirement stash and waning self-esteem from being out of the workforce for ... 02/5/2010 - 11:00 am | View Link
Weibo, the influential microblogging service owned by Sina, has reportedly raised just $285.6 million in its initial public offering, according to Bloomberg. The service's underwhelming IPO, however, should not be taken as a harbinger of doom for other Chinese tech companies that plan to list soon on U. S. stock exchanges.
Mobile messaging platform Line, which is gunning for a billion registered users by 2015 and is also reportedly considering an IPO later this year, has added a new feature aimed at boosting engagement on its platform. The feature could also result in it pulling in more revenue via its secondary money-maker, sticker sales.
Qapital, a new financial management app developer based in Europe, is preparing to launch in the U. S. and Sweden as it looks to challenge Mint.com's dominance in personal financial management, TechCrunch has learned.
The Stockholm-based company aims to help consumers "live large" by "saving small." Read More
UPI.comUninsured Rate Drops More In States That Expanded Medicaid, Run Own Sioux City JournalNews outlets also provide updates on Medicaid expansion efforts and debates in Colorado, Virginia, Missouri, Montana, North Carolina and Indiana. Politico: Poll: Uninsured Drops In Key States. States that have expanded Medicaid and opened their own
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