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start-up in Computers topic

start-upstart-up2 noun [countable]  a new small company or business, especially one whose work involves computers or the Internet an Internet start-up
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start-upThere were 4000 start-ups in Silicon Valley in 1998.Typical of such an arrangement is the funding provided by Compaq Computers to a start-up in 1986.Former rally driver Jean Denton is battling to reduce red tape and bureaucratic burdens on small firms and start-ups.Compared with the rest of the country, California now has above-average growth in jobs, exports and business start-ups.Those transient troubles occurred on especially cold mornings at initial start-up.Internet start-upsNew start-ups provided 14 percent, and new branches 18 percent.It is not necessary to be a small start-up.I was peripherally involved in a somewhat obstructionist way in the start-up of C-SPAN.Details of the USWeb plan were not available, but sources say the start-up will offer prospective franchisees a turnkey operation.