I recently stumbled upon a great series of essays entitled "How I'd Fix Atlanta" orchestrated by Austin Ray. Here is my first of three ideas on how I'd "fix" Atlanta.
Everyone believes that corporate and foundation philanthropy is a great thing. The problem is that money distorts how non-profits act just like it distorts other organizations.
The U.S. spends $80 billion to $170 billion per year giving large corporations economic incentives to move from place to place within the country while these companies are shown to be net job destroyers over a multi-decade time frame.
Why my two minute segment for CNN International on the future of startup fundraising was geared towards the general public and not entrepreneurs.
A follow up to my initial analysis of Georgia's angel tax credit.
An initial analysis of what Georgia's angel tax credit really means.