Ted teaches internet economics, strategy and entrepreneurship for graduate students at Hult. He is also leads Hult's research on "Creating Disruption". His research explores successful models and practices for entrepreneurs at the bottom of the world's economic pyramid. He is an instructor at Harvard University's Summer School, and was a visiting professor at the Copenhagen Business School.
He has served in several venture-backed start-ups: WIMM Labs (wearable tech acquired by Google), Motricity (software services IPO), and Palm (mobile tech IPO). He founded Equilibrium Power and served as the VP of Biz Dev at HOMER Energy. Both companies focus on renewable energy software.