4 things I learned in 2016 about running my own company

I woke up yesterday morning and looked out of the window. My apartment overlooks the intersection of 72nd Street and Amsterdam avenue which is always very busy and loud. But yesterday it was different. A few people were rushing in and out of the buildings trying to hide from heavy…

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In the beginning was the Customer, and the Customer was with the need.

First snow fell in NYC yesterday and the entire city was under the magic spell of Christmas. People are running around like chickens with their heads chopped off because the holiday is getting closer and they still haven’t bought gifts and a Christmas tree, haven’t visited Christmas markets…

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My first 30 days as an entrepreneur and I'm back to being a college grad again.

It’s been one month since I left my full-time job and joined entrepreneurial club. If you think about it 30 days may mean so much and so little depending on where you are at with your life. For a woman in her last trimester of pregnancy one month is…

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How Far Will Startups Go with Artificial Intelligence?

Every respected company is using AI nowadays. Having artificial intelligence means you would get funded, smart people would work for you and you would be acquired by a cool tech giant in less than 24 months. Sounds great, doesn't it? Hey, hey, slow down a little! Last Wednesday, September 28th…

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When enough is enough: how much we really spend with Medicare

I picked this topic for two reasons. First, I recently found out that CMS released their Part D Prescriber database for 2013. This dataset basically reports information on the drugs that individual physicians prescribed in 2013 under the Medicare Part D Program. Second, while talking to my colleagues at work…

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