Our 5 Favorite Startup Digest Reading List Articles From Last Week


1. Hidden Meanings Within Famous Logos

By Nicole Dean

Digest: Small Business
Curator: Marc Prosser

Every logo has a story or hidden meaning behind it. That’s one of the reasons that make them so iconic. For instance, the pink in the Baskin Robbins logo may seem artistic, but the different colors are actually supposed to reveal the number 31 signifying their original number of flavors of ice cream that the company offered. Take a look at more great examples in this article! Read More

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2. My Lunch With Shkreli: What We Should Learn From Pharma’s Latest Monster

By Matthew Herper

Digest: Health
Curator: R. Scott Munro

If you didn’t hear about Martin Shkreli this week, you were probably on vacation this week. Matthew Herper of Forbes has a great *Long Read* on the former hedge fund manager turned serial biopharma executive. It’s definitely worth a read to get both sides of the story. What Shkreli did is obviously horrendous, but it’s also quite a normal practice in the field… Read More

More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bAuHJL


3. Apple Confirms Discovery of Malicious Code in Some App Store Products

By Katie Benner

Digest: China Tech
Curators: Xu Tao & Edith Yeung

Apple confirmed on Sunday that a tool used by software developers for the company’s devices was copied and modified by hackers to put bad code into apps available on the App Store. Read More

More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bABlyX


4. How we lost (and found) millions by not A/B testing

By Noah

Digest: Product
Curator: Sophie-Charlotte Moatti

I knew that we should have A/B tested, but I didn’t find the opportunity to make my case. In hindsight I certainly wish I’d banged the table more loudly. Read More

More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bAtvXH


5. You can watch Netflix in virtual reality starting today

By Ben Gilbert

Digest: Mobile
Curator: Edith Yeung

The entire Netflix catalog will be available when the app goes live on the Oculus store, and it should be available very soon. Read More

More from this reading list: http://eepurl.com/bAuoxP


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