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Feb. 1, 2013 8:30 am

Why Berlin’s startup scene is growing // Using apps to fight cancer // Under Armour income increases 54% in Q4 [Links]

Why Berlin’s startup scene is growing [San Francisco Chronicle]: “A number of issues prevent entrepreneurs there from really breaking out, from risk-averse investors to a lack of Silicon Valley-trained talent.” All Revenue is Not Created Equal: The Keys to the 10x Revenue Club [Above the Crowd]: “Here are some of the key business characteristics that would be […]

Why Berlin’s startup scene is growing [San Francisco Chronicle]: “A number of issues prevent entrepreneurs there from really breaking out, from risk-averse investors to a lack of Silicon Valley-trained talent.”

All Revenue is Not Created Equal: The Keys to the 10x Revenue Club [Above the Crowd]: “Here are some of the key business characteristics that would be used to separate high quality revenue companies from low quality revenue companies…”

Tracking the flu with technology and Twitter [CNN]: “A new method for filtering tweets, developed by researchers at Johns Hopkins University, could make the real-time data pouring in more accurate.”

Ignite Carroll speaker enlists apps in cancer fight [Baltimore Sun]: “The Stevenson University technology professional says mobile apps helped her overcome one of the biggest burdens for anyone confronting a life-threatening illness: Managing the deluge of medical records and appointments and communicating what comes out of those to friends and family.”

Under Armour income sees 54% spike in Q4 [Baltimore Business Journal]: “The Baltimore sportswear manufacturer earned $506 million in revenue during the fourth quarter, a 25 percent increase over the $403 million in fourth-quarter 2011 revenue.”

Four Baltimore companies to watch [BmoreMedia]: “Exis InteractiveBlue Infusion TechnologiesClean Currents and StormCenter Communications Inc. all demonstrate what’s new and exciting in Maryland’s tech industry…”

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Andrew Zaleski

Andrew Zaleski is a freelance journalist outside Washington, D.C. He's written for Wired, Backchannel, Popular Science, Fortune, the Washington Post Magazine, the Atlantic and elsewhere.

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