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Is America no longer an entrepreneurial country? Or are such fears overblown?
Over the past several years, the U.S. private sector has endured a regulatory frenzy with new rules popping up that more often than not seem to throw the baby out with the bath water.
AUSTIN - Central Texas' energy economy boasts 250 companies making $2.5 billion a year and employing some 18,000 employees. Not bad for a region in the shadow of the nation's energy colossus, Houston. Yet there's just one problem: monopoly. And not just any monopoly.
AUSTIN - "What is our moonshot?" Austin's medical technologists realize that their city is on the precipice of being a leader in the healthcare space. A new medical center is opening up. An innovation district is coming along. Capital is appearing and talent is plenty.
AUSTIN- This city's large and dynamic homeschooling community may be one of the key drivers of the city's ed-tech startups.
How can we balance the safety and privacy concerns over drones with their massive potential to help society?
The latest roundtable in the 1776 Innovation that Matters series focused on the startup culture in Austin, Texas.
A new survey suggests that Americans have lost their edge when it comes to innovating.