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How Carl Pope helped drive a $500 million pledge to push the U.S. “Beyond Carbon” (Part 2) – TechCrunch

Billionaire businessman and philanthropist Michael Bloomberg recently pledged to rapidly spend $500 million in a bid to push the U.S….

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Beyond costs, what else can we do to make housing affordable? – TechCrunch

Dozens of more startups and how they are tackling affordability from every angle Dan Wu is a privacy counsel and…

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the 200+ innovative startups transforming affordable housing – TechCrunch

Dan Wu is a privacy counsel and legal engineer at Immuta. He holds a JD from Harvard University, and is…

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WTF are ISAs and can they transform education and spark a startup wave? – TechCrunch

Soaring college tuition prices have left Americans drowning in debt without a correspondingly enhanced set of professional skills to show…

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NYC launches partnership network, “The Grid”, to help grow urban tech ecosystem – TechCrunch

The New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) and CIV:LAB – a nonprofit dedicated to connecting urban tech leaders – have…

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Has the fight over privacy changed at all in 2019? – TechCrunch

Albert Gidari Albert Gidari is the Consulting Director of Privacy at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society. He was…