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From Silicon Valley to Silicon Alley, it pays to work in high tech

Original post by Matt Berger via Marketplace Tech Report  The Internet, high tech and computer manufacturing industries continue to boost local and state economies with competitive jobs and high wages. On average, a high-tech worker in the private sector earns 77 percent more than a worker with a non-tech job, according to data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics […]

TechMeetups & EarlyShares team up to educate US startups about crowdfunding, the Equity Based Crowdfunding Platform has Partnered with TechMeetups to stage evening-time events in New York, Dallas and Miami as part of the national roadshow aimed to educate and raise much needed awareness about the JOBS Act and the benefits of Equity Based Crowdfunding. In each of the three cities CEO Maurice Lopes […]

The Investment Savvy of Silicon Alley in New York

Original post by Ye Huijue via Morning Whistle Amid reviving global investment, Silicon Alley in New York has polished its exclusive operation model in the investment wave. Similar name with the famous Silicon Valle in America’s west coast, Silicon Alley means the internet and mobile information and technology enterprise clusters gathering from the Manhattan downtown to Soho District. […]

Silicon Alley, New York’s answer to Silicon Valley growing as an Internet hub

Original post by The Economic Times Kevin Ryan reclines in a designer chair in his Park Avenue office, wearing a Luciano Barbera suit and a vintage Rolex watch. A picture of Ryan with President Barack Obama is on the wall and an ornate Oscar de la Renta gown hangs from the door. This is not a man who […]

NY Startup shows benefit of IT support

Original post by TEKCONN Major metropolitan areas like Chicago, Boston, Los Angeles and New York City are hotbeds for startups, many of which have significant technical components to them. What might be surprising to some, however, is that a good number those entrepreneurs start out with little or no technology training. Instead, they rely on […]