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Sitting on the sun-soaked deck of Manchester, N.H.-based Dyn, the company he founded in 2001, Jeremy Hitchcock not only seems completely happy, at home, and at ease, he exudes a confidence, lacking any trace of cockiness, that most chief executives lack in spades.

It must be the New Hampshire ethos; that hard-working, grind it out mentality that is also coupled with a joie de vivre that courses through the Lakes and Seacoast in summer and the White Mountains in winter.More →

In the Boston Globe today, Cal Borchers reported that Atlas Venture will be adding new members to its AngelList syndicate, Boston Syndicates.

Like last year’s “secret” dinner, Atlas will be bringing 16 of Boston’s best and brightest entrepreneurs together at Row 34 to let them know that, if they choose, Atlas will back their personal angel investing “Syndicate” on AngelList with $250,000 per deal. More →

Contributed article by Maia Heymann, is the senior managing director at CommonAngels Ventures. Heymann was featured in our first installment of our “Beers with…” series.

It happens often. I’m left wanting more.

Many times while listening to entrepreneurs pitch their ideas, I want to interrupt and say, “Stop, please go back.”

Technically, there might not be anything wrong with the pitch. The idea might be compelling, the team passionate, the market opportunity big. So, what’s the problem?More →