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Altruism Pushes Crowdfunders Over Their Target

Two researchers have uncovered the psychology to crowdfunding. A paper from the UCLA Anderson School notes that as the crowdfunding campaign nears its targeted goal, the herding mentality of investors is initiated (play with the winner) and risk of failure … Continue reading

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Entrepreneur Competition Expanded Nationwide

Kevin Plank, the founder of UnderArmour, is taking his Cupid’s Cup entrepreneur competition to more than 20 schools. Started at the University of Maryland, entrants, who must be younger than 30 and running a legal business entity, will have until … Continue reading

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