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Asking fans to help build a stadium

Feb 12, 2015
A developer is crowd-sourcing the funds to rebuild the Detroit Tigers' stadium.
Posted In: Detroit, baseball, crowdsourcing, crowdfunding
Carnival Corp. & Plc's Glory cruise ship stands docked prior to departure at the Port of Miami.

Carnival Corp. aims for a new set of customers

Nov 19, 2014
The cruise company wants the public’s help through social media.
Posted In: carnival, cruise, cruise ships, social media, crowdsourcing

Crowdfunding the path to college

Aug 26, 2014
More students are banking on the generosity of strangers to foot their bills.
Posted In: crowdfunding, crowdsourcing, higher education, college costs, financial aid

TSA crowdsources crowd problems

Jul 29, 2014
The airport security agency offers a prize to keep its "fast-lane" program fast.
Posted In: TSA, crowdsourcing, air travel
Gustin

Burning down the house that Levi's built

Apr 8, 2014
The brains behind "the first crowd sourced fashion company".
Posted In: Retail, jeans, Gustin, crowdsourcing

Oakland neighbors turn to crowdfunding for security

Oct 8, 2013
Using a Kickstarter-like web platform to fill the gaps left by the police force
Posted In: Oakland, crowdfunding, crowdsourcing

Hey, big spender: Small companies start advertising for investors

Sep 25, 2013
The JOBS Act has loosened rules to let private companies and hedge funds solicit investment. How are they going about it?
Posted In: JOBS Act, SEC, investors, angel investors, start-ups, fundraising, crowdsourcing

Kickstarter for your start-up: Finding accredited investors

Sep 23, 2013
The Securities and Exchange Commission changes its rules around crowdsourcing start-up companies.
Posted In: kickstarter, crowdsourcing, IPOs, crowdfunding, start-ups

Wikimania 2013: What's next for Wikipedia?

Aug 12, 2013
The online, crowd-sourced encyclopedia is thinking about a more social, inclusive future.
Posted In: Wikipedia, diversity, crowdsourcing

Startup lets fans tell bands where to play

Jul 24, 2013
For musicians these days hitting the road is where the real money is at, as long as people actually show up to see you play. That's where tech startup Rabbl hopes to come in.
Posted In: Music, music industry, concerts, crowdsourcing

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