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Apple Maps goof-ups in Charm City // U.S. entrepreneurship in 30-year decline // Young startup founders face mental health risk [Links]

Council approves benefit for Under Armour campus [Baltimore Sun]: “The Baltimore City Council approved a deal Monday in which the city will sell up to $35 million in bonds to fund infrastructure projects around Under Armour’s Tide Point corporate headquarters.” For young entrepreneurs, the price of a startup could be your mental health [VentureBeat]: “The […]

Council approves benefit for Under Armour campus [Baltimore Sun]: “The Baltimore City Council approved a deal Monday in which the city will sell up to $35 million in bonds to fund infrastructure projects around Under Armour’s Tide Point corporate headquarters.”

For young entrepreneurs, the price of a startup could be your mental health [VentureBeat]: “The tragic suicide of Ilya Zhitomirskiy, the 22-year old co founder of Diaspora, a non-profit, user-owned, distributed social network (it recently petered out), and Dan Haubert, the 25-year old YC Alum and co-founder of TicketStumbler, provide clear examples of the devastating pressure that young entrepreneurs face.”
The 30-Year Decline of American Entrepreneurship [The Atlantic]: “[F]or all the attention we lavish on successful start-up founders as a culture, the unavoidable truth is that we’re becoming less entrepreneurial as an economy.”
Apple Maps goof-ups can be found in Baltimore too [Baltimore Sun]: “[W]hat about maps for the Baltimore area? I took a swing through the Inner Harbor to see what mayhem I could find and the results were worth of a giggle or two.”
‘Huge drop’ in funding for community development [Baltimore Sun]: “Government funding for work to revitalize neighborhoods is plummeting nationwide amid pressure to cut budgets, increasing the odds of gaps that cannot be overcome.”

Companies: Under Armour

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