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Jeff Glass leaving Skyhook; Jim Crowley to be CEO
Jeff Glass (left) and Jim Crowley (right)
Boston tech veteran Jeff Glass is stepping down from his role as chief executive at wireless positioning innovator Skyhook Wireless. He will stay on as a member of the company's advisory board. In a company blog post, Skyhook also announced that Jim Crowley, who has been the president of Skyhook under Glass's tenure, will be stepping into the role of chief executive officer. Read More
What do the kids think?
Panorama Education connects with Harvard for open source surveys: Why it's important
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On Tuesday, Panorama Education, the Y-Combinator graduate ed tech startup that has been backed by Mark Zuckerberg, announced that it is taking its survey product for K-12 schools and making it free through an open source initiative. What's more, Panorama has teamed up with the Harvard Graduate School of Education to do so. Read More
Closing the gap
The scientifically (un)proven way to work with female entrepreneurs
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One of the hardest things about the issues women are facing in tech these days is that there are some solutions to the mess, but nobody is talking about them. We’re all talking about the Tinder Travesty, the Berlin Deal, and a multitude of other Sexism-in-Tech debacles, but isn't it time to figure out some work-arounds? Read More
The Man behind 'The Man'
You learn something new every day - The coaching advice Tom Brady always keeps handy
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CoachUp founder Jordan Fliegel is a true "Renaissance Man." First, he was an athlete, playing his high school ball at the Cambridge Rindge and Latin School, and later playing professionally in Israel. He then became an entrepreneur, starting CoachUp, which connects private coaches with athletes of all ages. Now, he is trying his hand at being an author, publishing "Reaching Another Level," a book about the merits of—you guessed it—private coaching. Read More