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Avoiding Legal Landmines: A Startup's Guide to Smoother Growth

They say that mistakes are the stepping stones to success, but in the world of startups, some errors can be costly detours. In this comprehensive guide, we'll equip you with the knowledge to sidestep common legal pitfalls, ensuring your startup's path is a smooth one. From structuring your venture to safeguarding intellectual property, we've got you covered.

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Fundraising Fundamentals: 6 Legal Questions Every Startup Should Ask

Fundraising for your startup is a critical phase, and diligence plays a pivotal role in securing those crucial investments. While investors scrutinize your business, it's equally important for you, as an entrepreneur, to ask the right legal questions before embarking on this journey. These questions not only ensure a smoother process but also build confidence among potential backers.

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Billion-Dollar Tech Titans: How IT Entrepreneurs Rise to Riches

In a testament to African innovation, Google has handpicked two Nigerian startups, mDoc and Pharmarun, to participate in its prestigious AI for Health program. This global initiative, comprising 30 carefully chosen companies, aims to revolutionize healthcare using artificial intelligence (AI). Africa's presence in this groundbreaking program doesn't stop at Nigeria; Kenya, Rwanda, and Egypt have also earned spots on this transformative journey.

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Nigerian Innovation Shines: Google Selects Two Startups for AI Healthcare Program

In a testament to African innovation, Google has handpicked two Nigerian startups, mDoc and Pharmarun, to participate in its prestigious AI for Health program. This global initiative, comprising 30 carefully chosen companies, aims to revolutionize healthcare using artificial intelligence (AI). Africa's presence in this groundbreaking program doesn't stop at Nigeria; Kenya, Rwanda, and Egypt have also earned spots on this transformative journey.

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Boost Your Business Beyond Borders: Vermont's New STEP Grant Funding

Small business owners and entrepreneurs in the picturesque state of Vermont, get ready to supercharge your business endeavors on a global scale. Starting September 30th, you have the opportunity to tap into a valuable resource that can take your business beyond borders. Thanks to a generous $249,000 grant from the US Small Business Administration (SBA), Vermont's State Trade Expansion Program (STEP) is offering a fresh round of grant funding to empower your international ambitions.

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The Madness Returns: March Mania 2023 - A Celebration of Support for Lehigh Athletics.

Lehigh Athletics launches March Mania 2023, a two-day giving campaign to showcase support for the university's sports teams. Alumni participation in giving will determine the allocation of additional funds to the top five sports alum groups. The competition among sports program alum groups offers a chance to win prizes ranging from $1,000 to $3,000. Generous donors have also provided challenge gifts to support specific sports programs; details are available on the MATCHES tab of the March Mania website.

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Breaking Down the Medicaid Cap: Proposed Plan to Lift Restrictions and Increase Availability of Healthcare Coverage

The Medicaid cap has long been a controversial issue for states struggling to provide healthcare coverage to their most vulnerable populations. A proposed plan to eliminate the cap and increase federal funding has attracted both supporters and opponents. While proponents argue that lifting the cap would provide stability and consistent coverage, opponents worry about increased federal spending and state overuse. As lawmakers consider the proposal, the future of millions who rely on Medicaid for healthcare remains uncertain.

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Wiebe Expands Research on Poxviruses and Its Impact on Immune System.

Virologist Matthew Wiebe received a $2.2M grant to study how poxviruses hijack cellular circuitry during infection. His research aims to better understand human cellular biology and potential weaknesses in our immune system to fight viruses and other diseases.

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The Twitter Generation's Bank Crisis: A Different Kind of Pressure.

The changes in the banking industry since the 2008 financial crisis, highlight the impact of social media, online banking, and regulatory changes on banks' vulnerability to rumors and runs. The rise of social media has made it easier for rumors to spread and funds to be withdrawn quickly, while mobile banking has made online transactions more common than in-person transactions. Despite these factors, regulatory changes have made the banking system more resilient, such as increased capital buffers and lower leverage ratios. The blog emphasizes the importance of maintaining trust and confidence in the system, as a lack of trust played a significant part in the recent European banking turmoil. Trust and confidence are the most critical capital for banks, and their loss can lead to bank failures and a loss of faith.

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Charles Bannerman's Bold Proposals for Inverness Common Good Fund to Benefit All.

Charles Bannerman proposes using the Inverness Common Good Fund to benefit the community. The CGF should be deployed toward the genuine common good to ease the council's financial stringency, rather than on frivolous projects. Bannerman's ideas have the potential to mitigate the current financial squeeze on local government funding.

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