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Startup and Management 2.0 – Party Like It’s 1999? Learn to Dream and Disrupt

eToro

Following  the-last-class-youll-ever-have-to-take (by Petel Thiel), I thought I’d share my experience and insights following each class in a blog post with several buzz words. We started the course at eToro after 40 employees (out of 200) asked to join. I had to split the team into Winter and Summer sessions. I made sure the group […]

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Leave Mark Zuckerberg Alone! Thoughts on the “Facebook IPO Scam”

eToro

It seems everybody just loves to hate Facebook these days so much that only a video of Chris Chrocker shouting Leave Mark Zuckerberg Alone can explain how ridiculous I think this is (a spoof on the famous Leave Britney Alone video) . I have never seen so many people bash a company like the recent bashing of the Facebook IPO. […]

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Google buys Mastercard – Renames it GoogleCard

eToro

Well, not really, or at least not yet. But wouldn’t it be cool if you could pay for stuff with your Google account already ? If for every purchase you made, you could get points back in your Google account and then buy stuff online with them, without spending real money. This reminded me of great times, when AOL […]

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Does Google know the secret behind Facebook Social IPO ?

eToro

A couple of days ago I found out the secret behind the Facebook Social IPO, that Facebook plans to start selling its shares directly to customers on a monthly subscription.It suddenly hit me, that if I am on it, Google probably found this out, and that’s why they recently issued a new class of shares […]

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The Social IPO and why you are going to buy facebook shares on facebok very soon

eToro

I have just found out about Facebook’s ‘secret’ weapon planned for its IPO very soon. It’s called Loyal3, a way for Facebook users to buy its shares using $10 in their Facebook account. So why is this a secret weapon? Loyal3, which seemed to have come up from nowhere, has a SEC approved model, and […]

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