Why New Yorkers tweet so much, a shakeup at Harvard Business School, 9 things to remember before selling your start-up, and more.
It's official: New Yorkers use Twitter. A lot. New York state residents use Twitter 30 percent more than the national average, according to Business Insider. Still, Twitter may be having trouble breaking into the non-media-and-tech mainstream.
Future MBAs to focus less on finance, more on technology. The Wall Street Journal reports on a recent shift in focus at Harvard Business School, where the 2013 class will have "a substantially smaller percentage of finance professionals than in previous years."
How to sell your start-up. James Altucher at TechCrunch has nine tips for entrepreneurs on creating a successful exit from a start-up.
The 'value of passion' in a 'jobless world.' Lane Wallace, the pilot/entrepreneur/author, writes, well, passionately about passion, noting its ability to "build something of value in the world."