Silicon Valley has become a dream factory

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Investors eager to throw money at start-ups that look as if they can create a brave new world

Technology helps feed a hungry world

Digital can put more supplies on the tables of the needy

Free to grow: Marcos Galperín

Founder of ‘Latin America’s eBay’

The head of MercadoLibre says he is just getting started

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Welsh capital Cardiff’s sporting chance

Made for sports and health focused tech start-ups


A sauna in a start-up is a good thing

Defining a culture at a young company matters, particularly for tech businesses

$1bn tech groups a risky investment

Crowdfunding provision in US law for start-ups could imperil the public

Entrepreneur gives away $25m of shares

‘Too early in life to get serious about money,’ says Rahul Yadav

Entrepreneurs back bank start-ups

New challengers launch as private equity groups retreat from market

‘It’s pure, it’s raw, it is what it is’: the Spitfire-flying Mohammed Hanif on risky frontier investing

Mohammed Hanif: bored by ‘normal’ markets

A Spitfire-flying entrepreneur who gets more excited by business in Mogadishu than Mayfair

Europe seeks tax on crowdfunding rewards

Advisers say VAT would prevent start-ups seeking finance