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Ilya Pozin is a serial entrepreneur, writer, and investor. He is the founder of online video entertainment platform Pluto. TV, social greeting card company Open Me, and digital marketing agency Ciplex. Entrepreneurs are a breed of their own. While many people fantasize about breaking free from their 9-to-5 to be their own boss, few people actually follow through.
In April 2007, only diehard Broken Social Scene fans salivated when band member Leslie Feist released a solo album titled The Reminder. Sales were moderate for the first five months, reaching an average of 6,000 per week.
But that September, Apple released its most impactful ad since it unveiled the Macintosh.
We've seen some slightly crazy stuff attempted on unicycles before, but attempting to race a pickup down a mountainside on one wheel definitely has to rank up there in the pantheon of 'funniest prospective things to write on the insurance claim form'. Read more
London (AFP) - Manchester City's bid to put pressure on Premier League leaders Chelsea suffered a setback as the champions slumped to a surprise 2-1 defeat at West Ham on Saturday. Manuel Pellegrini's second placed team had hoped to close the gap on the Blues to two points ahead of their rivals' clash with Manchester United on Sunday.
GOP challenger Scott Milne and, more broadly, Republican interest groups say the state's economy has suffered under his leadership.
A television ad by the Republican State Leadership Committee, a group promoting Republican candidates, says Vermont has 3,000 fewer workers and it rattles off the names of a number of businesses that have closed.
Matthews said that during an election season many imagine that governors and state legislatures are capable of reversing entrenched national trends.
There are Vermont workers, especially at the upper end of the income distribution, who are doing well and in fact doing better and there are Vermont workers at the lower end of the distribution who are actually doing worse.
Here's this week's episode of the Jay and Farhad show. As usual, it's New York Times tech columnist Farhad Manjoo and myself running through some of the biggest stories in tech this week. We record this podcast on a weekly basis. You can subscribe to it in iTunes here. You should definitely subscribe.