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Curt Schilling Lawsuit, Paul Graham on Female Founders, 50 Cent on CES: Jan. 13


Curt Schilling Lawsuit, Paul Graham on Female Founders, 50 Cent on CES: Jan. 13

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A lawyer for former Boston Red Sox pitcher Curt Schilling says she has documents that contradict allegations in a lawsuit that Rhode Island’s economic development agency filed over the collapse of Schilling’s video game company, which had borrowed $75 million backed by the agency. [USA Today]

Here is Y Combinator founder Paul Graham’s essay on female founders. [Paul Graham]

Radius Intelligence, which is competing with Dun & Bradstreet to collect and analyze information on small businesses, raised $13 million in new funding, according to Yuliya Chernova. Investors include Palantir Technologies co-founder Joe Lonsdale. [Wall Street Journal]

Susan Berfield writes that eyewear startup Warby Parker posted 945 photos to Instragram last year, and highlights other tidbits from the private company’s famously quirky annual report. [Businessweek.com]

Rapper 50 Cent talks with Adrianne Jeffries about being an entrepreneur at CES (video). [Verge]

 

Clark is a reporter for Bloomberg Businessweek covering small business and entrepreneurship.

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