You have a hair appointment and haven’t had breakfast?

This London hair salon knows how to fix that.

http://www.percyandreed.com/breakfast/

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The best and worst cities for the newly graduated

Each spring, millions of starry-eyed college students toss their graduation caps in the air and head to a city to begin a new life. But where, exactly, are the best places to go? Which cities can support graduates’ dreams of salaried jobs with health insurance while providing them with ample social and cultural events? And which cities are declining faster than the telegraph industry? 

We took a look across the country to find out. 

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2010/04/28/the-best-and-worst-cities_n_555901.html#s85756

What you can expect from a venture capital firm

What should you expect when you approach a venture capital firm for a loan? How about if you are approaching them for investment purposes? This article will attempt to cover both aspects of what you can expect from a venture capital firm, and how to get the most out of the ones you will encounter.

http://barackoli.com/what-you-can-expect-from-a-venture-capital-firm/

Why small-business owners raid the college fund

Gambling is a game in which the odds are against you. With entrepreneurship, the odds continue to get better as you learn what you’re doing and you get market presence. It is a game of risk and reward, mistakes and lessons, progress and setbacks, success and failure. It’s about following your dream, your passion.

http://boss.blogs.nytimes.com/2010/04/26/why-small-business-owners-raid-the-college-fund/

Bionic eyes may no longer be science fiction soon

While the phrase bionic retinas may conjure images of Steve Austin in “The Six Million Dollar Man” or Geordi La Forge in “Star Trek: The Next Generation,” technology to create vision where none, or very little, exists, is not a television fantasy. Companies concentrating on damaged retinas look poised for success as the technology inches toward measurable achievement.

http://blogs.wsj.com/venturecapital/2010/04/26/bionic-eye-companies-set-sights-on-next-generation-of-vision-tech/?mod=rss_WSJBlog

Guy Kawasaki on Venture Capital – part 3

The rise of the fleet-footed start-up

The fleet-footed start-up playbook advises quick development of a “minimum viable product,” designed with the smallest set of features that will please some group of customers. Then, the start-up should continually experiment by tweaking its offering, seeing how the market responds and changing the product accordingly. Facebook, the giant social network, grew that way, starting with simple messaging services and then adding other features.

http://www.nytimes.com/2010/04/25/business/25unboxed.html?src=busln