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Venture investors are paying up to 40 percent less for software start-ups than they were a year ago, according to this VC.
Some NCAA broadcasters believe that you should only be allowed to fill out one March Madness bracket. Others go a lot farther.
United CEO Oscar Munoz's return is overshadowed by questions about the business and an ongoing proxy battle.
Brand name food companies are facing increasing competition from emerging upstarts, causing legacy companies to rethink strategy.