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  • How A Suburban Mom Became A Conservative Twitter Rockstar July 22, 2014
    Holly Fisher's route to conservative internet stardom began in the parking lot of a mall in Barboursville, West Virginia. Fisher, a mother of three, told Business Insider she was driving through the local Chick-fil-A with her husband when he noticed the "totally right winger" combination of the Pro-Life shirt she was wearing and the Chick-fil- […]
  • The Surprising Demographics Of Who Shops Online And On Mobile July 21, 2014
    In the first quarter of 2014, 198 million U.S. consumers bought something online, according to comScore's quarterly State Of Retail report. That translates to 78% of the U.S. population age 15 and above.  But who are these shoppers driving the trend of buying online and on mobile devices?  In a new report, BI Intelligence breaks down the demographics of […]
  • VC: Here's Why We Are Funding More Women Startup Founders July 20, 2014
    As we all know by now, the tech industry is overwhelmingly male. And when it comes to women entrepreneurs running VC-backed startups, the numbers are even more abysmal. While about half the small businesses in the U.S. are founded by women, in the tech industry women founders represent less than 7% of startups that get VC funding, according to research from […]