5. Tesla founder Elon Musk and the Securities and Exchange Commission requested Thursday a second extension in U.S. District Court in Manhattan—until April 30—to resolve disputes over whether Musk violated a previous SEC order when he tweeted information about Tesla's production numbers without approval. — CNBC
6. Motown Records has launched an accelerator program in Detroit for musicians as well as technology startups; the latter group will receive entry to a seven-week program to help founders develop their new businesses. — ASSOCIATED PRESS
7. The Delaware Innovation Space has received $3 million for its First Fund program for science startups from the National Development Council. — TECHNICALLY DELAWARE
8. Founders and executives from home security startups August, SimpliSafe, Wyze, and Netatmo say they will be competitive against bemoths Amazon and Google by offering better privacy, focusing on products the giants aren't creating and, in some cases, offering lower prices. — FAST COMPANY
9. Follow Friday: Entrepreneur Emily Wazlak realized a few years ago that friends starting businesses needed as much support as friends getting married. That idea lead to Wazlak's startup, Shine Registry, where female founders can create registries of what they need—from professional marketing to office supplies—so their friends and families can help with their new ventures. On Twitter, Wazlak promotes Shine Registry's female founders, entrepreneurship in general, and occasionally gives a shout out to her hometown of Pittsburgh. Be sure to also check out Shine Registry's current female founder story takeover on Instagram.
10. Editor's Note: Jargon Watch
Earlier this month, we asked all our newsletter writers to write about a buzzword relevant to their readers. We’re planning to make this a regular monthly feature and we’re calling it JargonWatch (as a tribute to the WIRED feature). Our writers rose to the occasion with some fascinating inside info. Here are the top 10 in no particular order:
If you have suggestions for future installments of JargonWatch, hit reply to this email and let us know. And look for next month’s installment across Inside newsletters next Wednesday.
— Kim Lyons, Inside Managing Editor