Startup PadSplit, based in Atlanta, has a novel approach to solving the affordable housing crisis—shared homes, with private bedrooms for residents, fixed utility costs and a business model that makes it all profitable for property owners.
When board members choose friends as money managers, CIOs can find themselves in a bind.
The post-Great Recession recovery has been very very good to a handful of cities in the U.S., while job growth and investment in smaller urban areas has lagged. At the same time, there’s been an increasing interest among investors of late in place-based investing. Also, newly designated Opportunity Zones make developing certain economically-distressed communities more appealing. Enter Blueprint Local.
A deep dive into those who have divested and done well, not so well, and those who have considered divesting, but haven't.
In today’s privacy-aware climate, marketers need to tread carefully
If you’re looking for signs of a resurgence in U.S. manufacturing, your first stop should be Maine. There you’ll find a burgeoning cluster of textile startups focused on making products in the state and training locals to do the stitching.
Getting on the credit map requires some effort, but has a lifelong payout
There’s a growing number of financial funds focusing on women’s empowerment. Case in point: RSF Social Finance’s Women’s Capital Collaborative (WCC).