Immigrant entrepreneurs becoming more important, venture capital industry study says
Research Triangle Park, N.C. — As the high-tech visa and immigration debate continues to rage in Washington, a forthcoming study from the National Venture Capital Association says foreign-born entrepreneurs are driving more new businesses despite immigration hurdles. With high-tech firms such as IBM and HP laying off workers, the debate about allowing more immigrants isn't likely to end any time soon....
WRAL TechWire Publisher and Editor Rick Smith dishes out tidbits from the local technology sector. Read more articles…
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