The riff: When two becomes too many

Co-founders may fire up many start-ups, but things can often go wrong

Gareth Bannan right is Tim Handley

LatAm Autos: revved up for online car ads

Two Australians eye region’s auto classifieds market as it shifts to digital

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Karmagenes: gene test for ‘personality’

Kit taps into idea with consumer appeal but is also controversial

Foreign groups battle for India ecommerce

Tech companies seek to replicate home market dominance

E7MP1A Shops and cafes on Cook Street with Holy Trinity Church in the distance, Cork City, County Cork, Republic of Ireland
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Cork: role in Ireland’s tech aspirations

The city is ambitious, but dwarfed by the capital Dublin

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To defy start-up odds, pitch like a poet

Advice on honing your message and other tips from Tech City UK’s Gerard Grech

Bitcoin’s blockchain catches Wall St’s eye

Wall St lured by efficiency promise of the technology behind bitcoin

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MBA by numbers: Top for entrepreneurship

FT data reveal the best courses for budding founders

Spraycan style: Wu Hai at the offices of Crystal Orange hotel group in Beijing
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Wu Hai, founder, Crystal Orange hotel group

The entrepreneur met party officials after his online rant against Chinese corruption went viral

AirAsia CEO pledge to prove critics wrong

Tony Fernandes rejects highly critical report by analysts of budget carrier’s accounting practices

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