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By Stephen Ciesinski Stephen Ciesinski at 8:09 AM PST, Tue Feb 24, 2015

A recent San Jose Mercury News article looked at innovation in Silicon Valley and what makes it tick like no other technology hotbed.

Researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the National Bureau of Economic Research built a map pinpointing the location of successful start-ups based on criteria such as IPO or acquisition and the factors that led to their success. It turns out that location had even more to do...

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