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Adventures in Capitalism angel, Chris Yeh, entrepreneurship, investor, management, philosophy, startup, technology, vc, venture capital

The primarily business-related writings of Chris Yeh, investor, entrepreneur, and writer.

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Rock Your Pocket apps, business, entrepreneurship, innovation, mobile, technology, venture capital

The mobile space is going to explode in the coming months and Rock Your Pocket is going to follow it. In particular, mobile apps are going to become a very significant part of the phone just as fb apps became an defining aspect of the social network platform. I imagine there will be an even bigger frenzy over mobile apps than fb ones because they can reach a wider and broader audience and monetize (through advertising) more easily. And best of all, mobile apps in the long term will replace the native functionalities of phones that we get ripped off paying for every month.

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Stanford Business School, Sloan Program, from the Zen Entrepreneur engineering, entrepreneurship, gsb, management, MBA, MIT, Sloan, Sloan Fellow, Stanford Business School, startup, venture capital

Blog Chronicling the experiences of a new Sloan Fellow at the Stanford Business School. Written from the perspective of an experienced entrepreneur and MIT engineer who recently arrived at Stanford. Questions addressed include: What's it like to attend Business School at Stanford? What's a Sloan Fellow? And what do you learn in Business School anyways? Why would an entrepreneur want to study management?

Also includes general unusual entries about Zen and Entrepreneurship.

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The Hostel Venture Capitalist Africa, company, entrepreneur, entrepreneurship, gsb, MBA, Stanford, startup, travel, vc, venture capital

The journey of Evan Reas, a current Stanford MBA student working at a newly founded Venture Capital firm in Africa, while living in a hostel. The blog details Evan's adventures in Africa, meeting new people, traveling, while working at a top Venture Capital firm, networking and working with the top investors and entrepreneurs on the continent.

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