By sc_site_u
May 27, 2016

Entrepreneurs who show up at AOL co-founder Steve Case’s door begging for money better have more to show than an idea for a killer app.

In a new book, Case explains that some of the most successful start-ups in the next few years should enter complex industries such as healthcare and education. But to survive, they’ll need sharp plans for how to both team up with big, bureaucratic institutions and navigate torturous, out-of-date regulations. Policy fights, partnerships and perseverance will be crucial in what Case calls the third wave of start-ups.