The leading social-media news site, Mashable, recently released an infographic comparing the successes and failures of new new-venture companies today to those in the dot-com era of the late 1990s and early– 2000s, begging the question, “Are we in a tech bubble?” John Friar, an executive professor of entrepreneurship at Northeastern and an expert in technology strategy for start-up companies, explains what it means to be in a tech bubble, if the world is in fact in one, and how start-ups can avoid the worst fall-out from a bursting bubble.
The year 2008 marked the 50th anniversary of entrepreneurship education at Northeastern. Over the half-century—highlighted by innovative partnerships, interdisciplinary programs and world-class faculty—generations of students have gained prominence as founders […]
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