Are online education companies biting their nails now that their competitor Lynda.com is about to become part of Mountain View, CA-based LinkedIn, the dominant social media network for professionals? The big public company, with more than $2 billion in annual revenues,... Read more »
Transforming big businesses into green businesses might seem like a thorny process.
But older, established companies like Ford have the potential to ignite a new generation of environmentally friendly products, according to Andrew Winston, author of The Big Pivot.... Read more »
In the highly competitive world of online advertising, every bit of information counts if it can lead to a better-targeted ad.
Haystagg, a Boston-based company that tries to boost the performance of digital ads for advertisers and agencies, announced it has... Read more »
As if a couple of million dollars in prizes weren’t enough, the Rice Business Plan Competition this year unveiled a reality-show style “People’s Choice” award.
The voting for the $5,000 prize takes place on a special Facebook page; only one... Read more »
GreenLancer, the Detroit-based contract solar design and permitting startup, announced this week that it has raised $5 million in a Series B round from a syndicate of new and returning investors. (For its 2013 Series B round, the company’s investors... Read more »
Catch up on the latest offering from the Washington Technology Industry Association, a bold move made by Gravity Payments, funding for Poachable, and companies tapped for Northwest angel investment competition finals:
—The Washington Technology Industry Association (WTIA) is offering smaller companies... Read more »
The things that can distract a driver’s attention are innumerable, from crying children to a spilled soda.
Navdy, a San Francisco-based hardware and software maker, believes its windshield display technology is the innovation that can cure the latest plague attacking driver... Read more »
It’s been a transition year for Atlas Venture. Last October, the Cambridge, MA-based firm announced its tech and biotech teams would part ways and raise their own funds.
The biotech group, which kept the Atlas name, has just settled into its... Read more »
Next up in our ongoing series exploring the beers on tap at the headquarters of Wisconsin tech companies: Bendyworks.
The 11-person app development shop has a prime location just off Madison’s Capitol Square that lends itself to occasional parties tied... Read more »