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The Wolf of Wall Street: What Big Teeth You Have! The Easier to Degrade America With.

The wolf is an animal – known for its primal nature. The wolf does not attack the well adapted. The wolf hunts and preys upon the weak. Man is not an animal. Man can reason. The rational mind separates Man from the animal kingdom. Choice in possession of a human being is all together different than choice possessed…
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DoorDash, Wish and Affirm Join Airbnb to Fuel Year-End IPO Boom

SOURCE: BLOOMBERG (Bloomberg) — As Airbnb Inc. prepares for its long-awaited Nasdaq debut, other consumer-facing technology companies are joining the going-public party, which had been dominated so far this year by enterprise software listings. Food-delivery service DoorDash Inc., online discount retailer Wish Inc. and installment loans provider Affirm Inc. could join Airbnb in making their…
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How the NAHB’s Remodeling Market Index (RMI) is Measured

SOURCE: NAHB The RMI survey asks remodelers to rate five components of the remodeling market as “good, ” “fair” or “poor.” Each question is measured on a scale from 0 to 100, where an index number above 50 indicates that a higher share view conditions as good than poor. The Current Conditions Index is an…
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Google-backed ‘plumber’ Amwell spikes in debut, IPO a barometer of booming telehealth market

SOURCE: YAHOO FINANCE American Well Corp. (AMWL), began trading Thursday in a long-awaited move that may help boost competition in the increasingly hot telehealth market, and rides a wave of growing enthusiasm for virtual doctor visits that swelled during the COVID-19 pandemic. Amwell’s stock opened at $25 per share, well above the initial public offering (IPO)…
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Clean Energy Trust backs 2 new Chicago startups

SOURCE: CHICAGO INNO Two Chicago cleantech startups just got funding from the Clean Energy Trust, a fund that backs energy upstarts across the Midwest. The Chicago-based Clean Energy Trust announced Wednesday that it invested in Renewance, a startup focused on battery recycling that connects electric vehicle companies and other businesses to recycling solutions, and Iris Light Technologies, a maker…
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Telehealth Startup Launches Platform to Treat Coronavirus Patients Remotely

SOURCE: CHICAGO INNO With hospitals becoming overcrowded with coronavirus patients, a Chicago startup has developed a tech-based method to care for COVID-19 patients at home. Chicago telehealth startup 4D Healthware announced that it launched a new COVID-19 monitoring platform, based on its original software, which allows for remote monitoring, physician and lab supported diagnosis, and at-home treatment. By equipping…
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This Chicago Biotech Startup Aims to Find a Cure for Aging by Targeting ‘Zombie Cells’

SOURCE: CHICAGO INNO Lewis Gruber, who’s turning 70 this year, says he has no plans on dying. Well, that’s not entirely true. The biotech entrepreneur has prepared a will. And when pressed on exactly how long he expects to live, he replied calmly, “Something on the order of 120 I wouldn’t think would be out…
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BrewBike Raises $2 Million, Sells its 100,000th Cup Coffee

SOURCE: CHICAGO INNO BrewBike, a coffee startup with roots at Northwestern University, has secured $2 million from investors as it celebrates a major milestone—selling 100,000 cups of coffee. The startup announced Wednesday that it raised $2 million in a seed round led by CEAS Investments, a venture firm with a focus on early-stage consumer product companies. The…
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5 Things Every Startup Should Know

Source: Entrepreneur At the tender age of 19, Rob Rohn and Dan Mermelstein started selling aftermarket auto accessories from their college dorm room. Ten years, four locations and 23 employees later, Gilbert, Ariz.-based Vivid Racing is a $10 million business. We asked Rohn and Mermelstein, both 29, to share a few of the business insights…
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